Do people around you sound like they’re reading out of an Intro to Business textbook from the ‘90s? Certain words thrown around in conference rooms and meetings truly make us cringe. Help us abolish workplace jargon by cutting these words from your office today!
Did you know that we host weekly giveaways on our social media channels? This week’s caption contest yielded some pretty hilarious responses we couldn’t help but share.
In celebration of International Talk Like a Pirate Day, we’ve collected some of the best things we’ve seen on the web today. These articles, videos and more should help those of us with zero pirate bravado feel more comfortable celebrating. Have any other good pirate-talk tips? Share them with us in the comment box. [View [...]
There are many types of developers out there. And while not all speak the same languages, have the same background, or even agree on the best possible way to do something, there is one thing they come together on: being a developer. There are just certain things that non-programmer friends will never understand! In our [...]
As you can see, the Pluralsight Peepcoders are hard at work Planning Collaborating Being generally hardcore They don’t even need letters printed on their keyboard!
In an Edge interview with Seamus Blackley from days gone by we learned that the original XBox name nearly ended up as some truly terrible alternatives including MARZ (Microsoft Active Reality Zone) and VERV (Virtual Entertainment & Reality Venture). Given the upcoming release of their latest and most controversial game/media console we thought we’d speculate [...]
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Microsoft is poised to announce its next iteration of Windows 8, not-so-secretly code named “Blue”. While the upcoming release has sprung more leaks than a Carnival Cruise ship toilet, these are some otherwise overlooked features sure to make this release a winner with consumers and critics alike. Boot to Chrome Facing almost no actual pressure [...]
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Yesterday April 4th, The Pluralsight family decided to go for a leisurely lunch at the park, and enjoy the wonderful sunshine. Then, Mitch got angry! Here’s the photo proof that you never know just how much force someone has within.
This morning we are happy to announce the newest course by Professor Pluralsight (aka Billy Hollis). This language is so new, that Professor Pluralsight is one if not the only person to know about it, and he’s ready to share it with you! Watch below as he goes through each step to train you on [...]
This Sunday is St. Patrick’s day and as such, just wouldn’t be the same without a traditional St. Patrick’s day parade. And of course, no St. Patrick’s day parade would be complete without… Star Wars! Watch as Jedi Knights, Storm Troopers, and even the beloved ‘droids celebrate the wearing of the green. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dftYABmXOD4?feature=player_detailpage]
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 [...]
Some years ago I started writing occasionally in a genre that I call the “Soft-boiled detective techno-thriller parody”. It’s been a while since I’ve written one – I hope you enjoy it. The Southwest flight to Salt Lake City was turbulent, mostly due to the terrified shudders of the passengers with peanut allergies. I was [...]
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgDy6Ffqdh4?rel=0&w=560&h=315] With over 40 developers, 20 staff, and several costumes to try on, the Harlem Shake may have been the ultimate task during our Author Summit retreat, and we’re glad we did it! We had some of the most brilliant minds in one room, who were all eager to join in on one of [...]