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5 startup lessons to start up right

5 startup lessons to start up right

Our very own Aaron Skonnard recently shed some light on what he's learned when it comes to starting up a startup right. Aaron spoke at StartFEST and enlightened all entrepreneurs with his tips for a successful business.

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3 troubleshooting tips that can save you a world of time

Adam Bertram on September 2, 2015

The only thing worse than fixing the same problem twice is fixing it manually each time. Heed these troubleshooting tips the first time around and you'll be in good shape the next time an issue pops up.

vNerd Word: VMworld 2015 chat with David Davis, Don Jones and J. Peter Bruzzese

Lora Beros on September 1, 2015

Pluralsight authors David Davis, Don Jones and J. Peter Bruzzese joined us on Periscope during VMworld 2015 to talk all things vNerd. Watch the recordings of our chats with these VMware and Microsoft experts here.

R: Why it’s the next programming language you should learn

Casimir Saternos on August 31, 2015

The R programming language has recently become an appealing skill to add to your resume. Here are just a few of the reasons you should consider learning it.

Dan Moyer uses Pluralsight to step up his Sharepoint game

Callie Johnson on August 28, 2015

When Dan Moyer was laid off, he quickly realized he’d let his skills slide. Learn how Pluralsight helped him level up and get a job he loves.

Learning Path: Being A Better Employee

Amelia White on August 27, 2015

Improving your work skills is a great way to turn your job into a lifelong career. Here are some courses that can help you get on the right track.

Password policies: A quick guide to getting started

Dale Meredith on August 27, 2015

A poorly chosen password can cause a ton of problems. Here's how you can keep your business secure.

Learning Path: Job Seeker

Amelia White on August 26, 2015

Finding that perfect new job requires a bit more than a fresh resume and a positive attitude (though these things certainly help). Check out this list of courses to make sure you're on the right track to landing the job that's right for you.

Pluralsight at VMworld 2015

Lora Beros on August 26, 2015

We're packing our bags for VMworld 2015. Check out all the happenings we have planned here.

Patience isn’t often a virtue in the tech industry, but here’s why it should be

Adam Bertram on August 25, 2015

It's 3 a.m. and you're glued to your computer, troubleshooting and racking your brain for solutions. Before you spend another minute staring at the screen, consider the most overlooked option.

Learning Path: New Hire

Amelia White on August 24, 2015

Getting that great new job is just the first step. Once you're officially a new hire, you'll need to integrate yourself into the company, start being productive and begin proving your value to your new team. This list of courses can help.

Applied Azure: Building blocks for the cloud

Vishwas Lele on August 24, 2015

Taking an in-depth look at Azure's building blocks can give you a better idea of the vast array of capabilities that you can leverage to help build and deploy your applications in the cloud. So, what are you waiting for?

Why you need to declutter your workspace immediately (and how to get started)

Stacy Warden on August 21, 2015

Before you end up needing a serious intervention, heed this advice from Life Coach and Psychologist Dr. Jean Pollack.

Author spotlight: Jason Helmick – PowerShell MVP, motorcyclist & passionate learner

Lora Beros on August 20, 2015

When he's not cruising down a country road on his motorcycle he's helping the world learn better. Get to know on-staff author Jason Helmick.

SAP Mobile Projects: Problems and solutions

Laszlo Meszaros on August 18, 2015

This post looks at some of the issues with real SAP Mobile Projects and how you can avoid them.

4 reasons IT pros need to train (even when they think they don’t)

Don Jones on August 17, 2015

Instead of letting your current job determine whether or not you should learn a new technology, let your career guide you instead. Here's why you should stop waiting and start training.

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