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.
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.
Catch up on our newest courses this weekend. Get a full list here.
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.
We have a few new courses for you to check out in our library. Get started now.
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.
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 Inc.com, I share details about “The Top 5 Highest-Paying Tech Jobs in 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 Inc.com shares three strategies that we use at Pluralsight to recruit—and keep—superior talent.
This Veteran’s Day, we’re honoring those who have served by offering them a free month of training!
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.
Check out the newest courses from this week in our library.
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 […]
We’ve had some great releases this week for your viewing pleasure. Check them out here.
Titles aside, both Max Brown and I are playing the role of culture coaches at Pluralsight. This is an advisory role, and while we don’t make policy decisions, the leadership team seeks advice from us on a regular basis. Deming proposed a transformation of management away from command and control. He proposed substituting “leadership”. Managers are going to have […]
Recently a question came up around Deming’s philosophy – if the system is responsible for 96% of the output, why should the individual work hard if his performance doesn’t matter anyway? Individual performance absolutely matters – each of us are inputs to the system, and Deming was assuming that we are each giving our best efforts when […]
After watching Simon Sinek’s recent TED talk, “Why good leaders make you feel safe” I was inspired to read his book, Leaders Eat Last. In it, Simon explains that in order to create a safe environment free from fear, managers must put team members before themselves (see Leadership is a service role). But that’s only the […]
This question, along with a similar one, “How did you find Deming?” is one of the most common questions I get as a culture coach here at Pluralsight. Many roads lead to Deming – he was a thought leader in management throughout the latter half of the 20th century, first in Japan where his philosophy […]
We have three core values at Pluralsight: Truth Seeking, Entrepreneurship, and Eternal Optimism. Of the three, Truth seeking is probably the weirdest sounding, and I’ve often found that it resonates a bit more once I’ve shared some historical context. Aaron, Fritz, and I have been working together since the late ’90’s (that’s over 15 years […]
Stop for a moment and think about what a traditional job in management can be. More pay and perks, with less individual contribution in favor of “using” people to get work done. Set targets, hold your people accountable to those targets, motivate them with carrots and sticks. I suppose a lot of people aspire to […]
Take a look at how our authors are training with Pluralsight around the globe this summer.