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Recent Posts

VIDEO: Duncan Hunter: Nutritionist, Pluralsight user, developer

Sonal Amin on March 5, 2015

Check out Duncan's story, and how Pluralsight helped him become a full time developer.


6 must-read career books by women

Stacy Warden on March 4, 2015

In honor of Women's History Month we've rounded up some of our favorite career books by women.


Less is more when it comes to team size

Aaron Skonnard on March 3, 2015

In this week’s post on Inc.com, “How Small Teams Can Make a Big Impact,” I share three ways that Pluralsight has found small teams can make a big impact when it comes to company growth and success.


Integrating document BLOB storage with SQL Server

Lenni Lobel on March 3, 2015

Think you need to embrace a NoSQL solution in lieu of SQL Server just because you have a high volume of BLOBs in your database? Try this method instead.


Interested in earning your PMP certification? Read this quick guide first

Casey Ayers on March 2, 2015

Earning the Project Management Professional certification can add incredible value to your resume, but figuring out exactly how to get there can be tricky. Before you try to go it alone, make sure you know the steps involved.


Author Summit 2015: Join us!

Whitney Larsen on February 28, 2015

Our authors came from around the globe to “learn, teach and connect,” and we couldn’t have been more excited to give them the warmest of welcomes as they made their way down the orange carpet.


Discussing DevOps with Jeff Hicks

Sonal Amin on February 28, 2015

In case you missed it, we hosted a Twitter chat around DevOps with author Jeff Hicks earlier this week. Get the full recap here.


Pluralsight Playlists: Author Favorites

Lora Beros on February 27, 2015

To celebrate Author Summit 2015, we asked our attending authors to share their favorite songs. Listen to the jams of your favorite authors in our newest Pluralsight Playlist.


Weekly new courses: Ubuntu, Docker, SQL & more

Sonal Amin on February 27, 2015

It's that time again. The week is winding down and there's so much to look forward to (including our new courses, of course). Check em' out here!


6 things everyone in tech should do before a meeting

Stacy Warden on February 27, 2015

Staying mentally alert during all those meetings, phone calls and webinars can pose a serious challenge. Before you have a total breakdown, take heed of these expert tips.


Check out this alternative model for evaluating training

Larry Israelite on February 26, 2015

Can a community-based evaluation model work for learning in just the same way that it works for other products and services? We take a look at the four key questions that most people consider when judging the overall quality of training.


7 pro tips for database administrators

Fahd Mirza on February 25, 2015

Being a database administrator also means knowing how to lead. These tips will help you along the way.


Getting the best people to join your company

Aaron Skonnard on February 24, 2015

It’s not always easy to find the right people for your company and get them on board. To help solve this challenge, my latest post on Inc.com shares three strategies that we use at Pluralsight to recruit—and keep—superior talent.


Date arithmetic with PowerShell

Adam Bertram on February 24, 2015

If you’ve written more than a few scripts, or done any kind of intermediate programming with dates, you know it can get complicated quickly. Thankfully, PowerShell comes to the rescue by simplifying date arithmetic. Here's how it works.


How to keep your edge while you’re unemployed

Stacy Warden on February 23, 2015

Tech professionals may be in high demand, but that doesn’t mean they always land the job. We sought out some expert advice to help you stay motivated and confident during a period of unemployment.