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3 ways to use online videos in your computer science classroom

By Brian Collins on December 7, 2015

It’s Computer Science Education Week! Celebrate by getting your students excited about coding and adding online videos to your computer science curriculum.

Helpful videos for getting the most out of your Pluralsight access

By Grant Boudon on August 1, 2015

Get a tour of our site, features and more with helpful video walk-throughs. Discover how to: Search for specific courses Navigate the site Use bookmarks and create playlists Find Learning Paths, support & shortcuts   1. Finding a course  Intro to these videos Home page quick links Website search Learning paths   2. My learning […]

Camp Pluralsight: a summer of skills

By Callie Johnson on July 13, 2015

Camp Pluralsight, a six-week online camp filled with challenges, prizes and free training, is here. Get registered!

Space-age tech mom: an interview with Linda Wendler

By Lindsay Lauck on July 10, 2015

At Pluralsight’s 2015 Author Summit, I had the pleasure of interviewing course authors for our Women in Technology series. While chatting with author and BI expert Stacia Misner Varga, I learned an interesting fact: technology runs in her family. Yes, Stacia grew up with techie parents. In fact, her mother was a developer in the ’60s […]

Pluralsight + HackHands: Enhancing online learning with live mentoring

By Aaron Skonnard on July 9, 2015

Whether you’re learning something new or tackling a problem for the first time, it’s inevitable you’ll need some help along the way. That’s why we’ve acquired HackHands, which connects people with qualified mentors in minutes.

Weak passwords: How is this still a thing?

By Dale Meredith on July 8, 2015

Learn a lesson from The Hacking Team: weak passwords can be your downfall. Our ethical hacking expert walks you through how and why you need to get tough on your passwords.

Success story: Jason Amoss uses Pluralsight to challenge himself

By Callie Johnson on June 29, 2015

Developer Jason Amoss uses Pluralsight to keep his skills up to date and challenge himself on the newest technologies.

Meet ‘n’ greet our authors at Microsoft Ignite

By Sonal Amin on May 1, 2015

We have an exciting lineup for you to check out while you’re at Ignite. Be sure to set aside some time and meet your favorite authors.

Learning Path: Python Fundamentals

By Amelia White on April 29, 2015

The courses listed here will help you get up to speed with Python. You’ll start with the basics and will eventually move on to testing, developer tools and working with the Flask Web framework.

Weekly new courses: F#, Azure, CISSP® & more

By Sonal Amin on April 3, 2015

Catch up on our newest courses this weekend. Get a full list here.

Author Summit 2015 recap: Brilliant minds & bright ideas

By Aaron Skonnard on March 24, 2015

This year’s Author Summit was a blast. When you get that many bright minds together—all aligned around a mission to democratize professional learning—big things happen.

Weekly new courses: vSphere, Powershell, Resume tips & more

By Sonal Amin on March 20, 2015

We have a few new courses for you to check out in our library. Get started now.

Why culture is becoming a strategic competitive advantage

By Aaron Skonnard on March 17, 2015

It’s vital for leaders in every business to effectively anticipate trends. Know what challenges your company will face five years down the road and how you can prepare for them.

Which tech jobs pay the most in 2015?

By Aaron Skonnard on March 10, 2015

A new report from Glassdoor revealed that 14 of the top 25 highest-paying jobs that have high demand for talent are tech-related positions. This week on, I share details about “The Top 5 Highest-Paying Tech Jobs in 2015.”

Getting the best people to join your company

By Aaron Skonnard on February 24, 2015

It’s not always easy to find the right people for your company and get them on board. To help solve this challenge, my latest post on shares three strategies that we use at Pluralsight to recruit—and keep—superior talent.

Thanking our vets with free training

By Sonal Amin on November 11, 2014

This Veteran’s Day, we’re honoring those who have served by offering them a free month of training!

Pluralsight partners with LaunchCode and provides training to tech job seekers

By Sonal Amin on November 10, 2014

We are proud to announce a partnership with LaunchCode that will help close the country’s tech talent gap and create a pathway for several successful careers.

Weekly new courses: AngularJS, Python, Swift & more

By Sonal Amin on October 10, 2014

Check out the newest courses from this week in our library.

Getting long term, meaningful results

By Keith Sparkjoy on September 24, 2014

One thing that’s struck me over the last year is that in so many different aspects of life, when you focus directly on what it is you want for yourself, often you end up with short term, shallow results. It seems that in order to get long term, meaningful results, you often need to focus […]

Weekly new courses: AngularJS, .NET, System Center & more

By Sonal Amin on September 19, 2014

We’ve had some great releases this week for your viewing pleasure. Check them out here.

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