About me

Based in Australia, I am a freelance SharePoint and Dynamics CRM developer. I love developing innovative solutions that address business or everyday problems. Feel free to contact me if you think I can help you with your SharePoint or CRM implementation.


13 Responses to About me

  1. Ranjan says:

    Hi Bernado ,

    I came across your blog where you have neatly implemented the custom action to Approve/Reject multiple items in SharePoint. I was so much impressed by the versatility of the implementation . Currently I have come across one such requirement and would like to tweak and use your work .

    Can I go ahead and use it with your permission please ?


  2. Jo says:


    Do you know if it is possible to somehow publish a newsfeed from an intranet homepage (Parent Company that uses O365) to another completely different intranet homepage (a subsidiary of the parent company with it’s own O365 SharePoint site) – different URLs.


    • Bernado says:

      Hmm interesting scenario.. I wonder if you can achieve this by search somehow?

      • karl says:

        Hello Bernado, i came across your blog because i was looking for a solution. I am new in SharePoint, i have been able to explore Info Path a bit and SharePoint designer in creating workflows. Right now i have an urgent problem where i need to do a bulk approval. it happens that i need to do it with JavaScript. I need help on how to go about it in SharePoint 2013.

      • Bernado says:

        Hi Karl,

        I think you’d need to provision a custom ribbon button using JavaScript, e.g https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh185004.aspx. This ribbon button would then invoke JavaScript to perform the bulk approval.

  3. Patrick says:

    Hi Bernado,

    How can we contact you to discuss something privately?

  4. David says:

    Hello Bernado,

    Many thanks for your great article about SharePoint incoming email šŸ™‚ I’m configuring SharePoint 2013 incoming email. It works well on local environment but I don’t know how to make it work on internet (with a real email and real mail server). I’m using Exchange Online for email server, I have an email as document@mycompany.com (a real email), this email will be linked to a SharePoint library, so when someone sends sth to this email, its content and attachment will be automatically go into this library.

    Many thanks,

  5. Paulo says:

    Hi Bernado,

    I saw your blog. BTW great job and very well written. I am a new developer and I have been working with SharePoint out of the box for couple of years. I would love to learn customization but it is very hard to find tutorial that would guide us to this customization side. Could you suggest some path to what is the best way to learn customization such as visual web part or custom fields or any other customization? You can contact me trough my email.

    • Bernado says:

      Hi Paulo,

      I’m not sure if you already have a good foundation in general C# and JavaScript development outside of SharePoint, but if not, then this would be a good place to start.

      Once you have got this foundation, I’d suggest purchasing a SharePoint development book and go through it from cover to cover. This is how I started in SharePoint 7-8 years ago.

      Practice is the key, so when you read the book, do all the exercises/tutorials. I find that I learn best from mistakes and hands-on, so I also do a lot of development/experiment in my own time outside of work.

      Lastly, believe it or not, Twitter has also been an invaluable source of learning for me. Follows a couple of thought/technical leaders in the field to pick up on tips and keep up-to-date with what’s happening. It might be information overload initially, but you should be able to absorb more over time.

      Good luck šŸ™‚

  6. Marcel says:

    Hi Bernardo, I have two requirement from a customer I’m struggling with. Hopefully you can give me some direction. I’m not a big coding expert myself.
    We have a product record in Dataverse (CDS) with basic info like itemno, description. dimension. Also editable dimensions for packaging dimension. The later are filled in by the vendor.
    This information should then be printed on a A4 layout so it can be put on the outside of the box.
    Preferably we create the input form very similar to the printed layout. So a standard entity form is rendering much to basic. How do i get the different input fields on dedicated places on my web page?
    What would be a simple approach to let the portal user print the ‘pixel perfect’ shipping mark? A download pdf file would be ok,
    The print should also include an image of the product. Should I go the web file route for that of a URL to the image?

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