General company announcements.
With a new year comes new resolutions and opportunities to improve yourself. If one of your goals is to become a better tech pro, then you’ve come to the right place. Start 2015 by building your skills with one of our new courses.
Get a recap of yesterday’s Hour of Code event at the Utah State Capitol, where Aaron joined Governor Gary Herbert, Utah Technology Council President Richard Nelson, and Pluralsight author Joe Eames to code alongside Utah’s youth.
Tell us a tech horror story you experienced for a chance to win one of three epic prizes this Halloween.
In addition to building the largest tech and creative training library around, we’ve been hard at work redesigning our website. Here’s what you can expect.
Heard of net neutrality? The outcome of this hotbed issue could change how you use the internet, access information, and even affect your Pluralsight subscription. Learn more about the Battle for the Net as Pluralsight participates in the Internet Slowdown.
Our Tableau Data Series will walk you through everything you ever wanted to know about Tableau Server and Desktop. Here’s a taste of what you can expect to see.
Pluralsight is kicking off the first of its Twitter chat series. Join us on Wednesday, September 3 to discuss VMware and more with David Davis.
Check out the hottest releases in the Pluralsight library this week.
We’re excited to announce we’ve raised a $135M Series B investment round in funding. Here’s what this means for you.
Music gets us through our most stressful projects and inspires our greatest creative ideas. We’re excited to announce that Pluralsight is now on Spotify sharing songs for all the moments in a tech pro’s day!
The CCIE’s updated retake policies make it harder for cheaters to slip through the cracks, but it also means that you need to be more prepared than ever before. Here’s everything you need to know before taking the next big exam.
Keep an eye out here for all the action happening at our Open House party in Farmington, UT.
Everything we do stems from a passion for education. We’re thrilled to share the details of our new, first-of-its-kind partnership with the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
See the new courses we’ve released for the week of April 21, 2014.
Pluralsight celebrates 10 years, and thanks all its customers, authors and employees.
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!
What technical resources do companies need to succeed in 2014? Certainly, they need highly skilled developers and IT admins, the backend wizards who set up the systems and write the code that power the most innovative businesses of today. But what about the frontend, the creative imagery and user experience that moves customers to interact with and purchase your product? With nearly 1,500 courses today, Pluralsight aims to fulfill your dev and IT training needs, but we’re excited to announce we aren’t stopping there. We’ve recently acquired Digital-Tutors, the premier online training company for today’s tech-oriented creative professionals!
Is your desk a little disorganized? Maybe you have a dirty dish hanging around or a pile of papers that’s reaching a concerning height? Would your mom be disappointed if she saw it? If you can relate to any of the above, you’re the perfect candidate for our #MyDeskIsGross contest!
Hop on to Twitter and enter our How to Build a Computer contest! Fill out the form in our tweet and you’ll be entered into a raffle to win the computer made famous by our CompTIA A+ Part 6 course.
Programmers’ Day is finally here! How are you celebrating? Are you coding, eating or taking the day off? Here at Pluralsight, we’re enjoying the holiday by reading all of your great submissions to our “If I could spend Programmer’s Day doing anything, I would…” contest. Our six lucky, randomly selected winners are: Grand prize (one […]