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Author Summit 2015: Join us!

By Whitney Larsen on February 28, 2015

Our authors came from around the globe to “learn, teach and connect,” and we couldn’t have been more excited to give them the warmest of welcomes as they made their way down the orange carpet.

Coding at the Capitol: Pluralsight’s first Hour of Code

By Whitney Larsen on December 9, 2014

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.

Join us on Twitter for #VMChat

By Sonal Amin on September 2, 2014

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.

Best of Microsoft Build 2014: Free webinar

By Dana Gagnon on April 3, 2014

In this free webinar, Microsoft Regional Director and MVP Brian Noyes will discuss the most notable things he learned at Build, including the new unified XAML framework for building phone, tablet, desktop and Xbox apps from a single XAML and code base. Register today, as seats are limited to the first 100 attendees only!

Your guide to Cisco Live Australia 2014

By Sean Wilkins on March 11, 2014

Each and every year, Cisco keeps IT professionals current with training and networking at their series of conferences, Cisco Live. It’s held in a number of different locations around the globe to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to attend. Cisco Live Australia is coming up from March 18th through the 21st and will include a large list of things for attendees to choose from.

RobotsConf 2013: More than just 3D printing

RobotsConf 2013: More than just 3D printing

By Geoffrey Grosenbach on December 19, 2013

You probably know that desktop and web programming is much easier now than it was ten years ago. But you may not know that small, low-power electronic devices have also become much easier to develop for, not to mention more connected, more powerful and more affordable.

Live from VMworld 2013: 6 reasons it’s better than ever

By Dana Gagnon on August 26, 2013

Guest post by Pluralsight virtualization instructor and vExpert David Davis: A lot happens in six years of virtualization training. At my first VMworld in 2008, I had been working for TrainSignal for only a few months. I took copies of my new VMware ESX Server course and tried to hand them out in front of […]

Congrats to CEO Aaron Skonnard on Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year in Utah

By krystyl on June 21, 2013

Its been an absolutely tremendous year here at Pluralsight. Our very own CEO Aaron Skonnard was nominated for an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for the state of Utah and won in the Consumer Products & Distribution category! Aaron was selected as one of 25 finalists, and recognized for not only the […]

Teaching Kids Programming in Utah Schools

By Manya Susoev on May 13, 2013

Last week, Pluralsight launched a new program which aims to encourage children to take an interest in computer programming, while also inspiring teachers and parents to make integrating it into school curriculums a priority. Part of our program’s goal is to prove that anyone can introduce programming to their children, and that you don’t have […]

The Pluralsight Revolution in India

By krystyl on April 26, 2013

Over the past several years, Pluralsight has been making huge strides in India. During our recent visit last month for TechEd India, we had a chance to interview some of the local  attendees and well-known MVPs about the online education revolution happening in India. [youtube]

We Are Finalists at Education Innovation Summit

By krystyl on April 16, 2013

We are excited to announce that we are finalists at the Education Innovation Summit, for the Return on Education Innovation award happening in Arizona this week. Aaron will be presenting a small talk about online education and how its moving forward in technology. You can vote for Pluralsight to win by going to and […]

Pluralsight Author Opportunity

By krystyl on April 12, 2013

The Pluralsight Authoring Opportunity is exciting and rewarding. Our authors love what they do, and they love talking about it! Watch below to hear from our authors talk about what the authoring opportunity is to them. [youtube]

Join us for upcoming webinars on Exchange 2013, Lync 2013 and SharePoint 2013

By Dana Gagnon on March 11, 2013

If you’ve never attended a TrainSignal webinar, what are you waiting for? They’re free. They’re hosted by expert presenters, and they cover the latest technologies. Case in point, check out the webinars we’re hosting this month.

2013 Author Summit in Review

By krystyl on March 6, 2013

Each year we bring together our authors for a retreat in a very exclusive location. This year we treated our authors to a special get away here in our Utah office. Authors were met with smiling faces, brilliant minds, and an extravagant ski trip with the company founders. Here’s a little preview of some of […]

The Pluralsight Christmas Party 2012

By marisparkjoy on December 13, 2012

The Utah staff and their guests joined together for dinner and fun at Corbin’s restaurant.  It was a celebration of a great year with a great company.  Thank you Pluralsight for your generous spirit and fantastic fun of the last year. We are looking forward to what the future brings.

Pluralsight + SharePoint = Awesomesauce

By Aaron Skonnard on November 12, 2012

Pluralsight has been investing heavily in building a complete online SharePoint training curriculum for a while now. We’ve been proud to work with expert instructors like Sahil Malik, Rob Windsor, Janis Hall, and Dan Wahlin so far! But we’ve struggled to keep up with the massive size of the SharePoint platform, the version changes, and […]

Microsoft Build 2012 – Day 1 Wrap Up

By Paul Ballard on October 31, 2012

Microsoft’s Windows 8 Love-fest feels less like a traditional technical conference and more like a backyard camp out with 2500 of your nerdiest friends.  The Day 1 keynote featured CEO Steve Ballmer doing a good job of showing the consistency of experience across a range of form factors from an 80 inch touch screen to […]

Pluralsight at Dreamforce 12

By Aaron Skonnard on September 13, 2012

Are you heading to San Francisco for Dreamforce next week along with the 70K other attendees, partners, and exhibitors?  So are we! This will be our first year exhibiting at Dreamforce within their Developer Zone and we’re really jazz-ed up about it. Dreamforce has historically been a massive event, and it looks like this year […]

Photos from the Pluralsight MVP Summit Breakfast

By Aaron Skonnard on March 2, 2012

We had a great time seeing all of our MVP authors, and meeting new potential authors, at the Pluralsight MVP Author and Recruiting Breakfast this week in Bellevue. Here are a few photos we snapped. Feel free to tag yourself if we haven’t already. Thanks for coming and we’ll see you at the next event!