Learning paths help you know which courses to take in which particular order, so that you can work toward specific learning goals.
This learning path focuses on the skills you need to implement and maintain a SharePoint Server (2010-2013) infrastructure. The courses listed here will help you prepare for Microsoft’s 70-331 and 70-332 exams.
This learning path will help equip you with the skills needed to pass Microsoft’s exam on Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure.
Want to become a fluent and effective WPF application developer? This learning path has everything you need to get started.
Microsoft’s MCSA certification for Windows Server 2012 requires that you pass three exams. Pluralsight has published a learning path for each of these. Check them out here.
This learning path provides a good foundation for Office 365 management, and serves as a foundation for more advanced training in Microsoft-centric messaging, communication, and collaboration.
This learning path is intended for Microsoft IT Professionals seeking certification, as well as basic job skills applicable to administration in a Microsoft client/server environment.
This learning path is designed to help prepare you to administer Windows Server 2012 (and Windows Server 2012 R2) in a production environment. This path can also help you prepare to take Microsoft’s 70-411 exam. Check it out here.
This learning path is designed to help prepare you to install and configure Windows Server 2012 (and Windows Server 2012 R2) in a production environment. This path can also help you prepare to take Microsoft’s 70-410 exam.
Many kinds of applications can be written with the help of MySQL as a backend. Our goal in this learning path is to give you a foundation for understanding the basic relational concepts which you’ll need to write the most common kinds of data-driven applications.
Whether you’re writing static pages or dynamically generating HTML, you’ll need to know and understand HTML5. This learning path will take you there
Adding Linux administration to your skills inventory is a great move, and this learning path will help you get there faster.
This learning path will take you from knowing only basic HTML to being confident using CSS to code up modern web pages. It covers the basics of CSS and progresses to CSS3 and responsive web design, including mobile.
In today’s world, the more operating systems you’re familiar with, the more opportunities you’ll have as an IT professional. Adding Linux administration to your skills inventory is a great move, and this learning path will help you get there faster.
This learning path will help you master the C and C++ languages, and become ready to explore its use on the Windows platform in more depth.
Looking to advance your C# skills from good to great? This learning path will help you tackle real world business problems with C# by taking you from a beginner level coder to a skillful developer.
The Citrix Certified Associate – Virtualization (CCA-V) credential shows that you have the skills to manage, maintain, monitor and troubleshoot XenDesktop 7 solutions. Here’s everything you need to prepare for the exam.
It’s no longer enough to just plug a few numbers into a spreadsheet; you must be able to fluently query data, store it and visualize it so that your company can make informed decisions. Our own VP of data explains everything you need to get there.
The CompTIA Network+ certification is an internationally recognized validation of the technical knowledge required of foundation-level IT network professionals. This learning path will explain everything you need to know in order to prepare for the exam.
Cisco’s addition to the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) program focuses entirely on the data center. This means that you can take advantage of a series of exams designed to test your design and configuration knowledge around a combination of networking, servers, and storage. Here are the recommended training courses to get you started.
To earn the MCSD credential, you must pass a series of exams, each of which focuses on a particular programming language, platform or service. Achieving the MCSD: Windows Store Apps certification using C# and XAML involves passing three separate exams. Here we outline the three learning paths that will help you prepare for each.