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Scrum or Kanban: Which form of Agile is best for you?

When it comes down to two of the most popular forms of Agile, deciding which to use can be a real head-scratcher. Our quick guide can help.

Recent Posts

Learning Path: CompTIA Security+ (SY0-401)

Don Jones on July 31, 2015

This learning path will help you with the entry-level skills and knowledge needed to secure a network and manage security risks.


10 signs your SysAdmin is really a superhero

Lindsay Lauck on July 31, 2015

We've never seen our SysAdmin and Batman in the same room together. Coincidence? We're starting to get suspicious...


Author spotlight: Filip Ekberg – Self-taught software engineer & scuba diver

Callie Johnson on July 30, 2015

Get acquainted with the self-taught senior software engineer, Swede, scuba diving enthusiast, and Pluralsight author, Filip Ekberg.


Learning Path: Scrum

Amelia White on July 30, 2015

We've rounded up all the courses you'll need to learn the ins-and-outs of Scrum, an Agile framework targeted toward complex software development projects.


Code comments: A quick guide on when (and when not) to use them

Zoran Horvat on July 29, 2015

We shed a little light on the whole question of code comments, and how you can get better at deciding when to use them and when to avoid them altogether.


Learning Path: SharePoint 2013

Amelia White on July 28, 2015

This series focuses on proficiency in developing SharePoint 2013 solutions including farms, apps and search among other topics.


PowerShell: Tips for terminating code execution

Adam Bertram on July 28, 2015

Sometimes a PowerShell script needs to stop execution, or terminate dead in it’s tracks. This post takes a look at few different ways to get the job done.


8 tips for landing your first IT job

Amber Israelsen on July 27, 2015

With tech jobs in such high demand, it's a fantastic time to have a career in technology. Here are eight key things to keep in mind when transitioning from the classroom to the job market.


Weekly new courses: PHP, Drupal, Photoshop & more

Callie Johnson on July 25, 2015

New training to sharpen your skills this summer.


Success Story: Ershad added Pluralsight to his CV & got hired

Lora Beros on July 24, 2015

After 10 years as an IT consultant, Ershad became interested in cloud computing and set out to change his career. Learn how he used Pluralsight to get the skills to switch jobs.


Meet new Pluralsight author Simon Allardice

Geoffrey Grosenbach on July 23, 2015

Simon Allardice, one of the world's best teachers of development-related topics, takes a few minutes to talk to us about teaching, development, Apple and music.


4 ways to recharge at work (without sneaking a power nap)

Stacy Warden on July 22, 2015

You shouldn’t have to tune out to truly tune in. We’ve rounded up several ideas that you can use to unwind while on the clock, without ever having to set an alarm.


Learning Path: iOS Developer

Amelia White on July 22, 2015

While committing to the first version of the iOS development kit was a bit of a risk, it's plain good sense to learn iOS development today. Here's a list of courses to get you started.


Hadoop: The ultimate list of frameworks

Thomas Henson on July 21, 2015

Understanding the Hadoop ecosystem can make you very valuable. Here's a quick list of frameworks to get you started.


Learning Path: VMware vSphere 6 Data Center Virtualization (VCP6-DCV)

Don Jones on July 20, 2015

This 11-course series on Data Center Virtualization will help you prepare for VMware's VCP6-DCV certification.


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