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Archive for December, 2011

Pluralsight on the Kindle Fire

By Pluralsight on December 14, 2011

We’re excited to announce that Pluralsight now runs on the Kindle Fire! You’ll now find it on Amazon’s Kindle app store. The Pluralsight app is free – go get it! The Kindle app is equivalent to our standard Android app (same code base). Here are a few photos that show it in action on the […]

Geek gift guide 2011

By Geoffrey Grosenbach on December 13, 2011

We’ve all seen the geek gift guides put out by major publications. Somehow all geeks, regardless of their connection to technology, like star wars legos, rubix cubes, and light-up keychains. Seriously? Not here. Not us. Many geeks appreciate well-designed, thoughtful products. We know this because it’s our bottom line. So here’s our gift guide for […]

New course: C++ Fundamentals – Part 2

By Megan Russell on December 13, 2011

Kate Gregory has just published a new course: C++ Fundamentals – Part 2 Good C++ developers know more than just the syntax of the language: they know the libraries that come with it, and they know when to use a particular feature. In this sequel to C++ Fundamentals, you’ll learn those things. A quick overview […]

New Training Release: Exchange Server 2010 Unified Messaging Training

By Chris Magiet on December 13, 2011

Many Exchange admins out there are not taking advantage of the unified communications tools available in their environment. The new course from J. Peter Bruzzese will give you the basics of telephony to truly make you a stand-out UM specialist.

New course: Structuring JavaScript Code

By Megan Russell on December 12, 2011

Dan Wahlin has just published a new course: Structuring JavaScript Code Do you find yourself working with JavaScript more and more these days? Is your JavaScript code less structured than your server-side code? Then this course is for you – Dan Wahlin explores techniques for  structuring your JavaScript code using encapsulation and organization techniques that […]

Give the gift of Pluralsight for the holidays

By Steve Woolley on December 12, 2011

Buy an Annual subscription between now and Dec 24 and receive a free 1-month pass to give to a friend or colleague. Better yet, if you purchase an Annual Plus subscription we’ll give you (3) three 1-month passes for you to give away. Simply purchase your subscription before 12:00 noon EST on Friday Dec 23 and we’ll email […]

A Concise Guide to Apple Certifications

By Benjamin Roussey on December 12, 2011

Apple certifications hold quite a bit of value in niche industries, especially with the spreading use of Apple products by both businesses and consumers. IT and creative professionals alike should consider the advantages of one or more of the certifications broken down in this guide.

Pluralsight Small Business Subscriptions

By Pluralsight on December 8, 2011

Need training for your team? You can now purchase a Pluralsight Small Business subscription for up to 25 users with your company credit card instantly! [youtube] You can sign up for your company by simply browsing to our business plans page and then press “Get Started” under Small Business or just go here. Then you […]

Tips and Tricks for Passing the CCNP ROUTE (642-902) Exam

By Sean Wilkins on December 7, 2011

The CCNP certification is a big undertaking, it separates the serious Cisco professionals from the not so serious, and the CCNP ROUTE (642-902) exam is usually the first exam CCNP candidates tackle. Check out these tips and tricks for how to prepare for and pass this challenging exam.

New course: Advanced Windows Debugging – Part 2

By Megan Russell on December 6, 2011

Mario Hewardt has just published a new course: Advanced Windows Debugging – Part 2 This is Part II of the Advanced Windows Debugging course – a deep dive into advanced debugging on Windows. Learn how to use the powerful Debugging Tools for Windows debuggers as well as the internals of key Windows components to reduce […]

Join Us for a Free Webinar: Exchange 2010 Unified Messaging Design and Deployment

By Kasia Lorenc on December 6, 2011

Interested in learning more about Unified Messaging? Join Exchange MVP and Unified Messaging expert J. Peter Bruzzese in this fast paced, entertaining and informative webinar on the top 10 Exchange UM design and deployment tips.

Overview of Exchange Server 2010 Unified Messaging

By Mike Lata on December 6, 2011

Are you using Exchange Server 2010? If you implement Unified Messaging (UM) in your Exchange environment, it can have a wonderful impact on user productivity, as well as provide some relief on the admin side. Here are some ways to use the features to improve communication efficiency.

A Guide to Cloud Computing Certifications

By Michael Gabriel Sumastre on December 5, 2011

Cloud computing is yet to be fully embraced in enterprise environments as a standard, but companies are already looking to prepare their teams for future adoption. Here is a guide to the certifications currently offered in cloud computing.

Free Introduction to Visual Studio Training

By Pluralsight on December 3, 2011

We’ve been working closely with Microsoft over the past several months to bring you another FREE training course on MSDN. This time for Visual Studio! Now, if you browse over to the Learning Visual Studio page, you’ll find our Introduction to Visual Studio course available for free to the MSDN community (see below). Simple click […]

New course: Using HTML5 and CSS3

By Megan Russell on December 2, 2011

Michael Palermo has just released a new course: Using HTML5  and CSS3 This course tackles the topic of HTML5 and CSS3 with the perspective of upgrading an existing site. A realistic approach is demonstrated that explains how and why to modify existing HTML tags to use HTML5 features. Tips and tricks provided to ensure a […]

New course: Knockout Fundamentals

By Megan Russell on December 1, 2011

Steve Michelotti has just published a new course: Knockout Fundamentals As web applications become richer and more interactive, a better client-side experience is essential and expected by the user. KnockoutJS is a JavaScript MVVM framework that provides developers with a robust toolset including declarative bindings, dependency tracking, and advanced templating. In addition to all the […]

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