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Recent Posts

We know you love to #CodewithCoffee

Sonal Amin on September 30, 2014

Coffee and coding go hand-in-hand. For National Coffee Day, we asked our fans and followers to submit photos of themselves enjoying a cup of joe. Here are a few of our favorites.


VIDEO: Manage OS updates with ease

Sonal Amin on September 29, 2014

In this on-demand webinar, IT experts Don Jones and Greg Shields examine the market shifts that necessitate more recurrent OS changes and assess organizational skills and competencies to keep it running smoothly.


The rise of tech in pop culture

Stacy Warden on September 29, 2014

From hit TV shows to rappers who code, here's a look at how tech is taking over pop culture.


Weekly new courses: Microsoft Orleans, Oracle, AngularJS & more

Lora Beros on September 26, 2014

We've released a bunch of class-A topics for you to dive into this weekend. Check out our new courses here.


10 job interview tips for developers

Jack Wallen on September 26, 2014

Confused about what to ask potential employers during a job interview? Here are 10 tips that will help you make a great first impression.


Self-improvement technology: Top tools & gadgets

Whitney Larsen on September 25, 2014

Whether you’re trying to learn French or Chinese, Python or Ruby, we all strive to improve ourselves in some way or another. With September being self-improvement month and technology on your side, “the quantifiable self” has emerged and setting goals and reaching them just got a whole lot easier. These techie tools and gadgets will help you become a better you!


What does 690 years of training look like?

Sonal Amin on September 24, 2014

Our customers have watched 690 years worth of training in our library. Have you ever thought about what 690 years really looks like on a timeline? Click here to see a rundown of the past few centuries.


Make your user stories better with this one simple trick

Jeremy Jarrell on September 24, 2014

Are your user stories as effective as they can be? Here's the quickest, easiest way to find out.


Pluralsight Playlists: Iconic Instrumentals

Lora Beros on September 23, 2014

Our newest Pluralsight Playlist pays homage to Classical Music Month, but in our own way. We’ve compiled a great list of instrumental soundtracks including everything from Star Wars to Metroid Prime. Enjoy!


VIDEO: Web Forms does modern web application development

Sonal Amin on September 22, 2014

Watch this on-demand webinar to take full advantage of HTML 5, CSS 3, Bootstrap, jQuery and friendly URLs in Web Forms.


Why you should care about frameworks

Chris Reynolds on September 22, 2014

Here's a quick look at how frameworks like HTML5 Boilerplate can help save you a world of time when working with multiple projects.


Weekly new courses: AngularJS, .NET, System Center & more

Sonal Amin on September 19, 2014

We've had some great releases this week for your viewing pleasure. Check them out here.


Where to find open source jobs

Jack Wallen on September 19, 2014

Finding the open source job of your dreams can be tough, but it's far from impossible. Here's where you should be looking.


Analyzing usage on your Tableau workbooks/dashboard by augmenting the ‘nviews’ field

Mike Roberts on September 18, 2014

This quick guide will show you how to analyze the usage on your Tableau workbooks including who has viewed your dashboard, when they viewed it, and how many views it received in the last quarter.


Quick tips for adapting to the cloud

Ron Schindler on September 17, 2014

Much like yoga requires flexibility, adapting to the cloud forces you to bend in ways that you probably hadn't previously considered. Here's how you can stop feeling like the rookie in the room.