Pluralsight celebrates its 10th birthday with the top geeky flashbacks of 2004.
Pluralsight celebrates 10 years, and thanks all its customers, authors and employees.
Do you have what it takes to become a Microsoft MVP? Here are some practical tips to help you guide you along the way.
AngularJS has held the top spot at Pluralsight for several months, so it’s about time for an AngularJS learning path! As web browsers get faster, developers aspire to writing more full-featured applications to run right in the browser. AngularJS was built to relieve the pain of writing large applications by giving you ways to organize [...]
PowerShell gets plenty of pushback, but that doesn't mean you should write it off. Here are seven solid reasons to begin adding this skill to your toolkit right now.
Our goal in this learning path is to give you a foundation for understanding the basic APIs you'll need to write the most common kinds of data-driven applications and deploy them to the App Store.
So you’ve decided a career in IT is just the ticket for you. You love technology and hope to one day run an IT staff and save a company millions of dollars with your network, security, and software prowess. Here are 10 ways to stay sane in IT.
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Since mobile gaming is so hot, it's no surprise that programmers and gamers of all skill levels want to build their own and share the wealth. Silvia Domenech’s book, "Create Mobile Games with Corona: Build with Lua on iOS and Android," aims to help with that. This review will tell you if the book, written by a veteran game programmer, is worth your time.
Since VMware announced that its VCP certification is no longer valid for life, and now expires every two years, there has been plenty of debate in forums and blog posts surrounding this decision. There are many who viewed the change as necessary and even desirable, while others noted flaws that make it more harmful than useful. So what is this new policy and how will it impact your certs?
Pluralsight is turning 10 years old on April 23, and we’re really excited about this milestone! It wouldn't be a proper birthday celebration without our fans and subscribers. Since you're located all over the world, an in-person party is out of the question, but we thought of another way to make this soiree global. Participate in the birthday fun and you could even win some sweet prizes!
So you already know that you should be unit testing your databases, and now you're ready to start. But the problem is you aren't entirely sure how to. Use these answers to common questions about unit testing databases to learn how you can get started with performing them yourself.
It's been a big week for the Pluralsight community. Yesterday we announced that we've acquired Digital-Tutors, the premier online training company for today’s tech-oriented creative professionals! But even with all the celebrating, we were still able to keep our course production on schedule. Check out all the fresh courses we've released in the past week.
Massive. Huge. Catastrophic. These are the words being used in headlines to describe the Heartbleed bug, and the articles they lead are basically declaring that internet security as we know it is dead. What is the Heartbleed bug and is it really that bad? Here's everything that you need to know.
It's been an exciting day for us. This morning we announced our acquisition of Digital-Tutors, which means our training library has doubled and now includes 3,000 courses! Combining forces with Digital-Tutors has been our biggest move to date, and we're so grateful for how our community has reacted to the news. Here's some of the news coverage and a few favorite tweets about the Pluralsight and Digital-Tutors announcement.