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Smartphones & security: How to keep enterprise data safe in 2016

Don't underestimate the opportunities to hack mobile devices. Keep smartphone security top of mind when you plan your security approach for 2016. Get the inside scoop from security expert and Pluralsight author, Dale Meredith.

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Learning Checks: the new, improved way to assess skills

Grant Boudon on February 8, 2016

Tests. Quizzes. Exams. Have the nervous jitters yet? Cold sweats? Butterflies? Relax. No test terror here–just a friendly, accurate check. Meet our new course assessment feature, Learning Checks. Available immediately, Learning Checks help you (or your team) better gauge where you are in your understanding of key concepts before, during and after a course. How do […]


How to add AngularJS to your ASP.NET 5 applications

Matt Honeycutt on January 25, 2016

AngularJS can be a great addition to your ASP.NET applications, but getting started can be a challenge. Here's how you can jump right in with minimal stress.


Entity Framework 7: Updates and changes

Julie Lerman on January 21, 2016

While EF7 has yet to see an official release, some technical things have changed since initial expectations. We list the key updates here.


What you need to know about the revised CompTIA A+ 220-901, 220-902 certification exams

Tim Warner on January 20, 2016

CompTIA revised its A+ certification credential again, and it’s time to make sure that you’re fully up to speed with what’s new and what’s changed. Here's what you should know.


.NET: A look through F# lenses

Jacqueline Homan on January 19, 2016

While Ruby and its frameworks are popular for programming Web apps, there’s also a significant segment of the world that relies on the .NET platform. Here's what you should know.


Data quality: Why is it so hard to get right?

Alex Silva on January 18, 2016

Valuable, actionable data needs to be accurate, but this is rarely the case. Here's why data quality can be difficult and how businesses can start getting it right.


Pluralsight Playlist: Fresh start

Lora Beros on January 15, 2016

Recharge your resolutions with help from some good music. Our latest Pluralsight Playlist is filled with positive jams to get you ready for all you can accomplish in 2016.


Psake: In search of a better build system for .Net

Fabien Ruffin on January 14, 2016

Setting up a good build pipeline no longer has to be the daunting task that it once was, thanks to psake.


GitHub: The beginner’s guide

Shannon Duncan on January 12, 2016

Everything you ever needed to know about getting started with GitHub is right here.


5 types of job interviews and how to ace them

Pluralsight on January 11, 2016

You’ve got a great resume, the right experience and a great job opportunity. But before you can expect an offer, you need to ace the interviews. Here’s how to make it happen.


Developers: Here’s why you should make yourself replaceable

Erik Dietrich on January 7, 2016

Making sure that a company never has to depend solely on you could be the best thing for your career.


Top IT and dev trends to prepare for in 2016

Pluralsight on January 6, 2016

It seems like just yesterday that we were talking about what tech pros learned in 2015 and what they want to learn in 2016—that’s because it actually was yesterday. Check out it here. And today, we’re covering the top IT, dev and creative trends you need to prep for in 2016. We chatted with our […]


What tech pros learned & what’s next in 2016

Pluralsight on January 5, 2016

As a developer, IT pro or creative, what do you want to learn in 2016? What did you master in 2015? Here are the top tools, courses and topics tech pros learned in 2015 and what they want to learn in 2016.


Success story: How Pluralsight helped Kyle launch his creative business

Callie Johnson on December 30, 2015

Kyle Jones was working in customer service at a corporate job. He soon realized he didn't want to continue down a corporate path -- he wanted to do something creative, something more in tune with who he is. Enter Pluralsight.


Windows 10: Is it enough to help Windows Phone survive?

Lars Klint on December 28, 2015

Does Windows 10 have what it takes to keep Windows Phone alive?


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