About me

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Hi there!

My name is Mikhail Pushin (or just Michael). I live in Russia. I’m a 28-year-old SharePoint developer who moved to SharePoint world from open-source. Before that I used to work with Java technologies (currently, I am Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 6 Programmer and  Oracle Certified Expert Java 6 EE EJB Developer). I like Java development a lot and sometimes I still work with this technology. However, about a year and a half ago, my friend invited me to have a look at the opposite side of the world. I tried it and understood that I am addicted to it. 🙂

The main parts of my SP development are workflows, forms, BCS and webparts. At first, I used to work with both SPD and VS worflows in SP2010 and InfoPath forms, but after releasing SP2013, the company I work for decided to move to the latest version and now I am developing for SP2013. 

I spend almost all my spare time studying and helping others with SharePoint. I have answered more than 300 times on the questions of SharePoint developers and administrators for last 3 months. 178 of my answers have been marked as helpful and 139 people have marked my answers as the solution for their issues.

Also, currently, I am a technical reviewer of the book “Microsoft SharePoint 2013 disaster recovery pocket guide” which is preparing for the publishing.

The main purpose of this blog is to share information about typical issues which I stumble in and solutions for them which could help save time of my colleagues around the globe.

If you have any questions related to SP2013 development – don’t hesitate to let me know and we will try to find solutions together.  

Also, feel free to contact me on any questions related to SP or this blog (including fixing my grammar mistakes). 🙂

My Email: michael(o)sp2013.pro;

My LinkedIn Profile (feel free to add me): Mikhail Pushin;

My profile on MSDN: MikhailSP.

Regards, Michael.


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One thought on “About me

  1. I need to know about how to attach pdfs to a sharepoint workflow … i am creating workflows for document approvals and need to send the entire document package (form and attachments)

    many thanks!

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