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Understanding object-oriented programming in C#

Object-oriented programming (OOP) is much more than you think. The more you know about these concepts, the more you can leverage the features of OOP languages, such as C#, to build well-crafted and testable applications. Here are four key techniques for building great object-oriented software.

Recent Posts

VIDEO: Create custom directives for AngularJS

Sonal Amin on July 21, 2014

Pluralsight author Scott Allen shows you how to work with several features of directives that can transform your front end development.

10 tech accounts you should be following on Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest

Stacy Warden on July 18, 2014

It’s easy to label yourself an expert in your respective field, thanks to the Internet, but the folks behind these social accounts actually live up to the title – and they’re doing a great job of sharing their knowledge. We rounded up the top tech people, brands and magazines to follow on some of our favorite social networking sites including Tumblr, Pinterest (yes, Pinterest) and, of course, Twitter. Here’s what we found.

Why you need to use Bower

Joe Eames on July 17, 2014

If you’re not already using Bower, it’s time to rethink your workflow. Here’s a quick overview of what it is, why you need it and how to get started.

Training with Pluralsight around the globe

Sonal Amin on July 16, 2014

Take a look at how our authors are training with Pluralsight around the globe this summer.

Top tools for unit testing in JavaScript

Pam Selle on July 15, 2014

Like many things in the world of JavaScript, there are plenty of choices for how to unit test your code. Here are some favorites that can help you save time when setting up a project.

How to create games with Digital-Tutors

Grant Boudon on July 14, 2014

Here's the full rundown on how you can use your Digital-Tutors access to start creating games right now.

Pluralsight fans show their love for the World Cup

Sonal Amin on July 11, 2014

With the World Cup finals around the corner, we thought we'd highlight a few of our fans (who are also soccer fans) from around the globe. Here are a few photos they submitted a few weeks ago during our World Cup contest.

10 essential resources for front end web developers

Joe Eames on July 10, 2014

Front end web development is a radically changing landscape. Inventions and discoveries are happening at such a fast pace, constantly paving the way for new things to learn. Here are 10 top resources to help you stay on top of your game.

How to set up and managing OneDrive for Business

Mary Branscombe on July 9, 2014

Did you know that you don’t need Office 365 or SharePoint Online to get Microsoft’s business cloud storage service? There’s actually a standalone subscription that lets you buy cloud storage for your users and link it to your existing on-premise SharePoint 2013 setup. Here's how it works.

Here’s the latest on OpenStack

Marco Shaw on July 8, 2014

Over the last six months, we've seen Icehouse come out of the gates, along with a very successful summit in Atlanta. Here's a quick recap to see where OpenStack stands now.

Use these 5 apps to find your next IT job

Jack Wallen on July 7, 2014

Your smartphone makes it a cinch to keep your job-searching journey as simple and painless as possible. Here are five apps guaranteed to turn the daunting task of finding your next IT job into a cakewalk.

Here’s the smartest way to train on your own time

Doug Turnure on July 3, 2014

Keeping an edge in IT requires constant learning. But depending on how you're gaining all that new information, you could either be helping or hurting your chances for success. Here's how you can ensure that you're making the most of your training time.

6 ways to find more leisure time in your swamped schedule

Stacy Warden on July 2, 2014

There are several factors that keep us chained to our desks, stressed out and saying no to almost every social invite. But instead of getting hung up on why we behave like such crazy people, let’s take a look at what we can do to find the extra time that we already have.

Everything you need to know about Xamarin

Jim Wilson on July 1, 2014

Have a question about Xamarin? We round up everything you need to know in this Q&A.

A sneak peek at our new headquarters

Sonal Amin on June 30, 2014

We're very excited to announce the opening of our new office in Farmington, Utah. The new HQ features an open layout, bright windows, modern décor, and a truly inviting workspace. Get a sneak peek.