Luke Yarnall

Enabling Condition Based Maintenance [November 2018] - Introduce Yourself!

Discussion created by Luke Yarnall Employee on Oct 30, 2018
Latest reply on Nov 5, 2018 by TimWiles

Hi everyone! My name is Luke Yarnall, and I am the facilitator for the November 2018 section of this course.


A bit about you:

I'd like to learn a bit about you all! Please comment on this thread with a brief description of yourself, what you want to learn in this course, and anything else you'd like to share. Please also share your time zone so that I can find the best times to do live office hours next week.


A bit about me:

I am a Product Support Engineer in our Developer Technologies support group here at OSIsoft -- I've been working in Product Support for about 2.5 years, so if you've contacted us at OSIsoft Tech Support very many times, there's a good chance we've talked at least once!


My main goal for the course is to give you the first tools to feel comfortable with the basics needed to develop your own displays in PI ProcessBook. As secondary goals, I want to point you in the right direction to be able to find more resources to solve whatever challenges come up as you develop applications in the future -- whether it's as simple as finding the right documentation, or whether it's participating in the discussions that come up on our users' forum, All Things PI.


A bit about the course:

You can find the lecture material and additional information at the course page here: Enabling Condition Based Maintenance.

Please post any questions that come up in the Enabling Condition Based Maintenance discussion forum -- it's better if it's posted publicly because oftentimes multiple people have similar questions.

If you don't want to post in the forum for some reason (e.g. you need to include some proprietary information in your question), then you can send me an email. I'll be reaching out to you all by email soon.


The course runs through Friday, November 16th -- three weeks to work through the lecture material and prepare the project. However, it's much better to start wrapping up projects by the beginning of the third week since this allows for us to have some back-and-forth about your project.


Have fun!