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Jessica Sauers

15 November 2018


Judy has been a software engineer for over thirty-five years, and has been at Onyx Point since 2015. Jessica interviews her to talk about current technology, innovation, and being a woman in tech.

diversity, women in tech, women engineers, women in computing, female programmers


Dylan Cochran

09 November 2018


In this month’s dev diary, we have SIMP 6.3 beta news, updates on the SIMP Console, the SIMP free trials, and two new testing programs!

simp, devops, puppet, onyxpoint


judy johnson

18 October 2018


The internet is full of data… and full of data about data (metadata). It is presented to us in many ways. There are tables and lists and graphs (Oh My!), all just a mouse-click away (or maybe two, or seven, or maybe you need pages to get through it). However, there are many reasons you may want your data in a different format. Perhaps you need a new way to gather/present data for accessibility reasons, or perhaps you simply need to be able to save it offline. Maybe you want to send a memo to your boss (or professor) showing how many people have cloned your GitHub repo (or, in the case of my demo, we’ll demonstrate how many people have starred it). Maybe your organization requires a listing of trouble tickets that requires some field manipulation that the GUI itself cannot perform. Or maybe you want to leave your job as a software developer and become a social media specialist, so you’d like to quantify your twitter popularity in a spreadsheet… So, let’s learn about APIs!

api, ruby, git, github, programming, automation, json, rest


Brandon Riden

10 October 2018


Onyx Point, Inc. is delighted to announce that the final release for SIMP 6.2.0-0 is now available. Community Edition ISOs have been uploaded to the download servers and Enterprise Edition ISOs are available via the customer support portal for current Enterprise customers.

programming, open-source, simp, enterprise


Nick Miller

26 September 2018


Nick Miller has been a Linux enthusiast since high school. His day job focuses on Puppet, so he is new to Kubernetes and Ansible.

Kubernetes is what everyone is talking about these days, and what’s the cheapest way to get a physical Kubernetes cluster sitting on your desk? A cluster made of Raspberry Pis! After a total cost of around $350 and too many hours to count, I have a reasonably stable and tiny learning platform.

ansible, kubernetes, arm, raspberry pi, hypriot

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