What do you do when you've bought a lot of junk? You buy even more stuff: you buy shelves to organize your junk. (No, we're not about to have a yard sale. We like our junk. )
This blog post is the shelf for my blog posts. I don't have that many blog posts, but it is getting difficult to sift through them. This is also my chance to properly introduce each series.
PI Theory series
Most people gloss over the theory to be able to get to the practical applications sooner. Not me. I believe that if you have a good understanding of the theory, you have an easier time with the practical applications and have a better appreciation for what you're dealing with (in this case, the PI system). In this series, we dive head-first into the "boring" material that was never shown to you.
|Converting from "table thinking" to "PI thinking"|
|PI AF is not a hierarchy|
|Bitmasks & netmasks explained|
PI Participation series
PI Square uses points to gamify participation. This series explores the distribution of points and some (sometimes underhanded) ways to increase your participation in the PI community, whether to get more points, increase your reputation, or genuinely add value to the community. Some of these may or may not be cringeworthy…
|Analyzing the full PI Square All-Time Leaderboard|
|PI Square is a perfectly balanced game with no exploits|
|PI Square has so many activities!|
|How to run a PI blog when you have sub-zero knowledge of PI|
PI Suggestion Compilation series
None of these blog posts is in any series… yet.
|Beyond PI DataLink: analyzing large data sets in Excel using PI SQL products|
|PI install kit inheritance|
|List & future of PI client programs|
|Multiple OSIsoft SSO accounts—an identity crisis|