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Weekly new courses: .NET, R, Visual Studio & more

Sonal Amin on October 24, 2014

Get a look at the new courses we have to offer in our library this week.

Pluralsight Playlists: Throwback 2001 Greatest Hits

Lora Beros on October 23, 2014

Today is iPod day and in honor of the 13th birthday of the iPod we're celebrating Throwback Thursday with a Spotify playlist full of the greatest hits from 2001.

10 ways to stay on top of your skills

Pam Selle on October 22, 2014

A big part of being a developer is keeping up with new technology while sharpening the skills you already have. Thankfully, we have 10 trusted tips to help you juggle it all.

Learning Path: Citrix Certified Associate – Virtualization (CCA-V)

Gary Eimerman on October 22, 2014

The Citrix Certified Associate - Virtualization (CCA-V) credential shows that you have the skills to manage, maintain, monitor and troubleshoot XenDesktop 7 solutions. Here's everything you need to prepare for the exam.

3 pitfalls your company must avoid in order to survive

S. Max Brown on October 21, 2014

Ever wonder what makes great companies grow year after year while others fizzle out just as quickly as they started? We visited some of the top tech companies to find out what they're doing differently. Here's what we learned.

Tell us your tech horror story for a chance to win!

Lora Beros on October 20, 2014

Tell us a tech horror story you experienced for a chance to win one of three epic prizes this Halloween.

8 courses for Computer Learning Month

Stacy Warden on October 20, 2014

Need to brush up on your computer skills? Here are eight training courses that will quickly take you from stumped to savvy.

Learning Path: Data Analyst

Geoffrey Grosenbach on October 20, 2014

It's no longer enough to just plug a few numbers into a spreadsheet; you must be able to fluently query data, store it and visualize it so that your company can make informed decisions. Our own VP of data explains everything you need to get there.

Infographic: Get the update on POODLE

Sonal Amin on October 17, 2014

Get the update on the latest bug POODLE and how to protect yourself.

Weekly new courses: Xamarin, CompTIA, JavaScript & more

Sonal Amin on October 17, 2014

Another great week in the books for Pluralsight. See all of the new courses we have to offer.

Learning Path: CompTIA Network+ certification

Gary Eimerman on October 17, 2014

The CompTIA Network+ certification is an internationally recognized validation of the technical knowledge required of foundation-level IT network professionals. This learning path will explain everything you need to know in order to prepare for the exam.

Prank like a boss: Pluralsight favorites

Sonal Amin on October 16, 2014

We've gotten some great submissions for our Boss's Day contest. Here are a few of our favorites.

Welcome to our new VP of Engineering

Sonal Amin on October 16, 2014

We're very excited to announce the newest addition to the Pluralsight team, Jody Bailey, who joins us as the VP of Engineering.

10 ways to know you’re a good boss

Stacy Warden on October 16, 2014

Being the boss can often feel like you never really get a break – and maintaining a positive attitude with an overworked brain can feel like a job in itself. So, how do you know when you’re doing it right? If you can check these 10 things off your best-ever-boss list, it’s safe to say you’re in good shape.

Why a data department is essential to your company

Ben Sullins on October 15, 2014

Data can fuel creativity and intuition. It can tell stories and enlighten us, as well as guide us in our strategic thinking. Here are some of the ways that our own data department is changing the we work for the better.