We’ve gotten some great submissions for our Boss’s Day contest. Here are a few of our favorites.
Not sure how to celebrate Boss’s Day? These seven simple pranks should do the trick.
Coffee and coding go hand-in-hand. For National Coffee Day, we asked our fans and followers to submit photos of themselves enjoying a cup of joe. Here are a few of our favorites.
From hit TV shows to rappers who code, here’s a look at how tech is taking over pop culture.
Our customers have watched 690 years worth of training in our library. Have you ever thought about what 690 years really looks like on a timeline? Click here to see a rundown of the past few centuries.
The trends in programming languages are constantly changing and we want to keep you in the know. We’ve put together an infographic that features the top 5 programming languages of 2014. Get up to date and learn why these skills are essential to know and where you can learn them in our library.
In honor of International Literacy Day we’re putting down our tablets and picking up these brainy books instead.
Not quite ready for school to be back in session? You’re not alone. We’ve rounded up some of the best apps and gadgets to help ease the pain.
Here are five amazing places that will help you remember what life was like before technology took over.
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!
Being a lefty in a right-handed world has never been easy. Thankfully, we found six essential items that will make your left-handed life a little easier.
With the World Cup finals around the corner, we thought we’d highlight a few of our fans (who are also soccer fans) from around the globe. Here are a few photos they submitted a few weeks ago during our World Cup contest.
It’s Free Comic Book Day, so let’s take a look at 10 comics you need to pick up this weekend!
Prior to Candy Crush, I had never seen a game capture such a wide audience so quickly. But that’s because this game managed to hit all the right buttons and create the perfect combination of viral and retention-enhancing elements. Let’s take a look at what these elements are and why why they’re so effective. While none of the elements might seem original on their own, like in any in great game, the use of ideas in perfect combination and balance is what makes it stand out.
Earlier this week we asked our followers on Twitter and Facebook to submit their best geeky Valentine’s Day one-liners for a chance to win a $200 Amazon gift card. You can see our winning submissions, as well as a staff generated card below. Share them with the techies in your life today!
With Bill Gates stepping down as Microsoft’s chairman, we thought it’d be fun to celebrate his time with Microsoft in our own fun way. Pluralsight started out providing training that was largely focused on Microsoft technologies, and because of that, Microsoft developers make up a big part of our community. We know you’re all as thankful as we are for the contributions Mr. Gates has made, so let’s celebrate together! Bill Gates, here’s to you.
When I first heard about 3D printing, the concept seemed paradoxical. To me, “printing” means ink on paper. The slight texture of that ink aside, “printing” seems inherently 2D. So what in the world was “3D printing”? What did that term even mean? What would it replace? And how in the hell would it work?
The tech community is in crisis and action needs to be taken immediately. Watch this video to see how you help bridge the technology skills gap.
The Internet has certainly grown over the last 20 years. Whether it’s used to casually tweet friends while watching a favorite TV show, or to deliver breaking news to people across the globe, the Internet has become a vital part of our lives. So much so, in fact, that connectivity is no longer considered an amenity, but an expected requirement instead.
Ah, holiday shopping. Like many techies, I detest crowded malls. The mobs of bag-toting shoppers in rabid hunter-gathering mode, their broods of shrieking kids in tow, are totally enervating. Online shopping is much easier on the nervous system.