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Pluralsight cookbook: recipes for success

Pluralsight cookbook: Recipes for success

These recipes might not help you prep for your Thanksgiving feast, but these ingredients are a sure way to you add flavor to your career!

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Rails: How to create a custom PDF renderer plugin

Jacqueline Homan on November 24, 2015

Looking to build great Web apps with Rails? Start here.

How to tame the wildcard in Java

Richard Warburton on November 23, 2015

Java's wildcard can be downright confusing. This posts takes a look at why it can be useful in certain situations, along with how to use it.

Practical guide to planning your first game

Jeannot Landry on November 19, 2015

Every game project, no matter the scale, needs careful planning. One of the main reasons for this is because ideas change over time. Jumping right into a game without a plan often deviates from its original idea. Having a plan helps avoid deviation while at the same time helps transmit your ideas to your team […]

Visual Studio subscription benefits just got better

Whitney Larsen on November 18, 2015

Visual Studio subscribers, your Pluralsight benefits just got better. Check out what's in store for you!

Your new learning experience is here

Grant Boudon on November 17, 2015

Welcome to the beginning of the new learning experience on Pluralsight. Check out what our CEO and CPO have to say about the new updates and upgrades, and learn what's in store for the future.

How to get started with Ionic framework on Mac and Windows

Nikola Breznjak on November 17, 2015

This is the first in a series of posts that will teach you how to take advantage of your Web development knowledge in building hybrid applications for iOS and Android.

New friends: Windows, Android & iOS

Lars Klint on November 16, 2015

When it comes to Windows 10, how does developing for Android and iOS differ? Take a look with Microsoft MVP and Pluralsight author, Lars Klint.

Find training faster with new browse and search

Grant Boudon on November 13, 2015

Explore the new search and browse functionality to find the exact courses you want to watch.

How to set up your first PowerShell DSC pull server

Adam Bertram on November 12, 2015

This step-by-step tutorial on how to set up your first PowerShell DSC pull server will make you wonder why you haven't done it sooner.

Is it better to be a VFX generalist or specialist?

Sean Amlaner on November 11, 2015

So you want to work in VFX. But is it better to be a generalist or a specialist? This is a question that’s been asked of me a number of times in the past. As a budding artist, you have a choice to make that’ll not only dictate which direction you take your training here […]

Understanding AngularJS

Matt Milner on November 10, 2015

AngularJS can greatly reduce the amount of code written and effort involved in making an application functional. Let's take a look at what it is and how it fits into Web development.

R for business users: data visualization

Casimir Saternos on November 10, 2015

The final installment in our three-part series on the R programming takes an in-depth look at data visualization.

How to get a job when you’re a self-taught developer

Callie Johnson on November 9, 2015

Applying for a new job is nerve-wracking, but it can be especially scary when you’re self-taught. Here are four non-frightening tips to landing the job you deserve.

Technology debt: warnings and responsibilities

Don Jones on November 6, 2015

Join IT expert and Pluralsight author Don Jones for his latest "rant" from his IT ops news and talk show. He’ll cover the hottest tidbits of industry news and their impact on you, and feature guests that will help you improve your skills and keep up with our fast-changing jobs.

Behind the controller: An interview with CodeBeast’s co-founder Steve Anichini

Kurt Williams on November 5, 2015

Steve Anichini is a veteran programmer in the video games industry who’s work on such titles as BioShock Infinite as the Principle Graphics Programmer and John Woo Presents Stranglehold as a Systems Lead, to name a few. He possesses a BS in Math/Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University and is currently serving as the Chief […]

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