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Recent Posts

This is why you need to use IDisposable in .NET

Elton Stoneman on August 26, 2014

Using IDisposable in .NET will help you write the most efficient, effective code. Here are a few simple steps to help you get a handle on it.


Weekly new courses: UX, Node.js, Powershell & more

Sonal Amin on August 22, 2014

Get the latest scoop on courses that were released in our library this week.


How to show off your open source skills on your resume

Jack Wallen on August 21, 2014

Sure, you've got the open source skills to kill it on the job, but how exactly do you highlight these on your resume? Turns out it's not as tough as it seems. Here are some tips to help you get you started.


Here’s how Exchange 2013 SP1 is shaking things up

J. Peter Bruzzese on August 21, 2014

Here's everything you need to know about the newest features in Exchange 2013 SP1.


Pluralsight Playlists: Music selected by you

Lora Beros on August 21, 2014

Music gets us through our most stressful projects and inspires our greatest creative ideas. We're excited to announce that Pluralsight is now on Spotify sharing songs for all the moments in a tech pro's day!


Go ahead, unplug: 5 amazing tech-free destinations

Stacy Warden on August 20, 2014

Here are five amazing places that will help you remember what life was like before technology took over.


It’s time to say no to workplace jargon

Lora Beros on August 19, 2014

Do people around you sound like they’re reading out of an Intro to Business textbook from the ‘90s? Certain words thrown around in conference rooms and meetings truly make us cringe. Help us abolish workplace jargon by cutting these words from your office today!


Here are the latest changes to the CCIE retake policy

Sean Wilkins on August 18, 2014

The CCIE's updated retake policies make it harder for cheaters to slip through the cracks, but it also means that you need to be more prepared than ever before. Here's everything you need to know before taking the next big exam.


How to store your Tableau Server workbooks on GitHub

Mike Roberts on August 15, 2014

Here's how you can ensure that your most valuable Tableau Server workbooks are always safe and secure.


Are your users your biggest security problem?

Mary Branscombe on August 14, 2014

Think controlling user access is a cinch? Think again. Turns out too many IT admins are overconfident about handling data breaches. Here's how educating your users can help protect your company against attacks.


Strictly for southpaws: 6 essentials for left-handers

Stacy Warden on August 13, 2014

Being a lefty in a right-handed world has never been easy. Thankfully, we found six essential items that will make your left-handed life a little easier.


Ask yourself these 8 questions before writing a proposal

Alan Ackmann on August 12, 2014

Proposal writing can be daunting, but it's a heck of a lot easier when you truly understand your audience. Here are eight questions that will help you get a handle on it.


This is why credit card theft is now inevitable

Don Jones on August 11, 2014

Researchers have figured out how to reprogram the firmware of almost any commonly available USB flash drive, proving that your personal information isn't really all that personal. Here's what you need to know.


Here’s how you can use Office APIs and SharePoint to replace Access apps

Mary Branscombe on August 8, 2014

Did you know that you don't have to completely rewrite your Access apps in order to make them more accessible? Here's how you can use Office 365 APIs, Access Services and SharePoint to turn them into apps that make everyone's life a little easier.


How to be more awesome at work: 7 tips to keep you productive

Stacy Warden on August 7, 2014

The 9 to 5 routine can get pretty rough. Thankfully, there are several ways to stay productive on the clock. Here are seven proven methods to keep distraction in the distance.