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Tech haiku takeover: our fan favorites

For National Poetry Month, we jumped on the haiku bandwagon and had our fans submit some very creative tech-inspired poems. See a few of our favorites here.

Recent Posts

Weekly new courses: Cisco, Windows Server, AngularJS & more

Sonal Amin on May 1, 2015

Take advantage of the warm weather. Train outdoors and catch up on our latest courses of the week.


Meet ‘n’ greet our authors at Microsoft Ignite

Sonal Amin on May 1, 2015

We have an exciting lineup for you to check out while you're at Ignite. Be sure to set aside some time and meet your favorite authors.


You can now share your Pluralsight playlists with the world. Here’s how

Grant Boudon on April 30, 2015

You're already using Pluralsight's playlist feature to help you organize your training, so why not share what you're learning with the rest of the world? Here's how you can start right now.


Movies you’ll want to have on deck for Space Day

Stacy Warden on April 29, 2015

Get ready for the most stellar day of the year with our favorite space movies. Here are 10, in no particular order.


Learning Path: Python Fundamentals

Amelia White on April 29, 2015

The courses listed here will help you get up to speed with Python. You'll start with the basics and will eventually move on to testing, developer tools and working with the Flask Web framework.


How to find your company’s “sweet spot”

Aaron Skonnard on April 28, 2015

Get some ideas on how your company can prolong its high point by continuous innovation that allows you to create a whole separate growth curve.


Your definition of accountability is all wrong

Ron Schindler on April 28, 2015

Most of us have this whole accountability thing all mixed up. We take a look at what it actually means, and why you should work toward changing your perception of the word.


Microsoft Ignite: Get organized with this checklist

Stacy Warden on April 27, 2015

Are you attending Microsoft Ignite? Here's a quick list to help you prepare before heading out.


Learning Path: Jump into Java

Amelia White on April 27, 2015

This learning path will get you up and running with the Java language, and will also introduce you to some of the tools and best practices for your Java code


Weekly new courses: Ruby, Scrum, PowerShell & more

Sonal Amin on April 24, 2015

Kick back, relax and start training with the newest courses in our library this week.


Insider advice on surviving a tech conference

Stacy Warden on April 24, 2015

Conference season is here and we’re gearing up by gathering insider tips on everything you need to make it through, without turning into an overworked zombie.


Learning to program: 3 lessons to help you get started

Amelia White on April 23, 2015

Programming for the first time ever can be overwhelming. Here are a few insider tips from someone who's been there.


Taking a Leap of Faith

Aaron Skonnard on April 22, 2015

Deciding to take Pluralsight online wasn't an easy decision, but that risk paid of in a big way. Learn how you can evaluate risks to me improve your business in my latest Inc.com article.


Happy Earth Day! Here’s what you should know about recycling your old gadgets

Stacy Warden on April 22, 2015

When it comes to getting rid of our old gadgets, recycling isn’t always the first option that comes to mind, but it should be. Here are a few things you should know about turning over your used tech.


6 study tips for acing the PMP exam

Casey Ayers on April 21, 2015

It's no secret that the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification can do wonders for your career, but passing the exam can be a huge challenge. Before your palms get sweaty, check out these six smart study tips.