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vSphere 6: 6 reasons to learn it right now

David Davis on July 2, 2015

We've got everything you need to know about vSphere 6, and six solid reasons why you shouldn't wait to check it out.

NDC: 5 reasons to not miss this conference

Lars Klint on July 1, 2015

If you've never had a chance to check out the Norwegian Developer Conference, you're in for a treat. Here are five highlights that'll have you clearing your calendar for the next event.

Freelancers: 4 things you should know about your resume

Alan Ackmann on June 29, 2015

Freelance resumes are one of the trickiest things to get right. These four tips will help ensure that you're on the right track.

Success story: Jason Amoss uses Pluralsight to challenge himself

Callie Johnson on June 29, 2015

Developer Jason Amoss uses Pluralsight to keep his skills up to date and challenge himself on the newest technologies.

Weekly new courses: Aurelia, Node.js, Amazon Web Services & more

Callie Johnson on June 27, 2015

Check out Pluralsight's newest courses for the week of June 26, 2015.

Author spotlight: Jeff Hicks – Windows PowerShell pro, Microsoft MVP & thespian

Lora Beros on June 26, 2015

Meet the man behind the courses, tweets, blog posts, speaking engagements, books and much more. Get to know PowerShell guru and Pluralsight author Jeff Hicks.

Q&A: Mikko Hyppönen on building secure software

Troy Hunt on June 25, 2015

Security expert Mikko Hypponen sheds a little light on why we all need better security training.

3 keys to success that most companies forget

Rob Marsh on June 24, 2015

Despite the growing number of challenges that most companies face, the best still manage to deliver low-cost, high-quality products on time and within budget. Here's how they do it.

VIDEO: Alan Turing’s wonderful machine

dan2321 on June 23, 2015

On the 103rd birthday of famed mathematician and leading computer scientist, Alan Turing, celebrate by understanding the Turing machine.

Full stack developers: Do they really exist?  

Adam Bertram on June 23, 2015

The idea of a full stack developer is often better than it sounds. This post takes a look at why it may be better to hire a full team instead.

Learning Path: Windows PowerShell

Don Jones on June 22, 2015

Looking to level up on your PowerShell skills? We've got a list of short courses to help you quickly pick up new tips and tricks.

Summertime tech: Apps and gear for your next outdoor adventure

Stacy Warden on June 22, 2015

Before you decide to unplug completely, take note of these vacation-friendly gadgets and apps, guaranteed to make any outdoor adventure the most memorable yet.

Weekly new courses: Node.js, CloudFlare, .NET, iOS apps & more

Whitney Larsen on June 20, 2015

Dive into all the new course releases this week!

40th anniversary of Jaws: Technology that revolutionized movie-making

Lindsay Lauck on June 19, 2015

The 40th anniversary of the cinematic classic Jaws has arrived. And what better way to honor Bruce - the animatronic-robot shark that changed movie-making forever - than with a fact-packed, tech-heavy journey through movie history?

It’s time to start hacking, ethically

Troy Hunt on June 18, 2015

Pluralsight author and security expert Troy Hunt talks ethical hacking and why it's important. Allow Troy to shed some light on the Certified Ethical Hacker as he introduces his highly anticipated 20-course series.

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