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Why search matters more than you think

Search is one of the most misunderstood functionalities in IT. It’s commonly taken for granted, except when it’s missing or broken. Let's take a look at why search is so vital and why you probably need more of it.

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Learning Path: BizTalk

Amelia White on October 7, 2015

This learning path will take you from little to no knowledge of BizTalk, all the way up to using more advanced solutions.

React, GraphQL and Relay: A brief introduction

Samer Buna on October 7, 2015

Writing native applications is hard, React Native is uniquely positioned to change that for good. Here's what you should know.

Success story: Mark Ufland went from regular dev to CTO using Pluralsight

Lora Beros on October 6, 2015

To get better you actually need to get better. That’s how Mark Ufland went from working in customer service to becoming CTO of a startup. Read why Mark attributes his success to life-long learning with Pluralsight.

How to kill it in a meeting when you’d rather be anywhere else

Jason Alba on October 5, 2015

Before you start to dread that next meeting, take note of these insider tips on how to make the most of it.

Learning Path: Agile

Amelia White on October 2, 2015

This learning path introduces you to the most popular agile methodologies, so you can get your agile adoption off on the right foot.

How to change code in Tableau Server data sources

Mike Roberts on October 1, 2015

Today, the new Tableau Zen Masters were announced, and our very own Mike Roberts was added to this elite group of Tableau gurus. Mike is your go-to guy when it comes to keeping your Tableau Server running smoothly, so take a lesson from this Zen Master on how to change code in Tableau Server data sources.

VCP exam rundown: Chatting vSphere6 with David Davis & Greg Shields

Lora Beros on September 30, 2015

Pluralsight authors Greg Shields and David Davis sat down with us to discuss the latest changes to the VMware Certified Professional (VCP) certification exam.

5 easy ways to be more Agile

Callie Johnson on September 29, 2015

Nathalie Goh-Livorness, a Gaming Evangelist at Microsoft, shares five ways to introduce Agile thinking to your studio.

PowerShell DSC: 4 tips to get started right now

Adam Bertram on September 28, 2015

Ever wish you had it as easy as "Star Trek's" Captain Picard? Turns out you can get things done just as quickly with PowerShell Desired State Configuration. Here are four tried-and-true tips to help you get started right this moment.

Author spotlight: Susan Simkins’s 3 reasons why web standards matter

Callie Johnson on September 25, 2015

Pluralsight author Susan Simkins chats about one of her favorite web design topics, web standards, and shares three big reasons why they're so important.

If statements: Do you really need them in your code?

Samer Buna on September 22, 2015

Is your code full of if statements? Take a look at some of these examples on how you can avoid if statement overload.

Hardware vs. tuning: Getting the most from SQL Server

Kathi Kellenberger on September 17, 2015

Dealing with a server that seems drastically under-powered can cause frustration all around. Thankfully, tuning the indexes can result in fantastic gains in performance.

Welcome Andy Rahden as VP of Creative, Design and Engineering

Brian Collins on September 16, 2015

Meet Andy Rahden, our new VP of Creative, Design and Engineering and get a feel for the great things coming to Pluralsight!

Companies spending more to develop talent internally in 2015

Stacy Warden on September 10, 2015

Several organizations have been busy putting more dollars toward training and developing employees internally. Here's how it looks and what it means for you.

How Statistical PERT gives programmers confident estimates

William Davis on September 9, 2015

Estimating how long it might take to code and test a new function for a Web application can quickly turn into a serious headache. Before you put your foot in your mouth, try this.

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