Kyle Jones was working in customer service at a corporate job. He soon realized he didn’t want to continue down a corporate path — he wanted to do something creative, something more in tune with who he is. Enter Pluralsight.
To get better you actually need to get better. That’s how Mark Ufland went from working in customer service to becoming CTO of a startup. Read why Mark attributes his success to life-long learning with Pluralsight.
When Dan Moyer was laid off, he quickly realized he’d let his skills slide. Learn how Pluralsight helped him level up and get a job he loves.
After 10 years as an IT consultant, Ershad became interested in cloud computing and set out to change his career. Learn how he used Pluralsight to get the skills to switch jobs.
Developer Jason Amoss uses Pluralsight to keep his skills up to date and challenge himself on the newest technologies.
As a software developer, Sheree saw a glaring issue in her community, and was inspired to do something about it. To encourage more women to enter the tech field, she founded Women Who Code Belfast. Learn why Pluralsight has proved to be the perfect learning tool for members to keep skills up-to-date and understand new technologies.
As a IT manager for the city of São Paulo, Rodrigo turned to Pluralsight to develop new skills and create innovative solutions for his company. Read his story.
Discover why Alex, an IT admin and senior solution architect, chooses Pluralsight and what he loves most about our training.
Juggling a full-time career while trying to keep up with the latest technology is enough to make anyone feel overwhelmed. Here’s how one seasoned software developer uses Pluralsight as a stress-free way to stay ahead of the competition.
Certified nutritionist Duncan Hunter wanted to develop useful software for his clients. But instead of just hiring developers to do all the work for him, he decided to start from scratch. Here’s how he used Pluralsight’s training courses to help him reach his goals.
If you had family obligations or some other life situation that put you on leave from work for an extended period, what would you do with your extra time? Karoline Klever, a 26-year-old from Oslo, Norway with a bachelor’s degree in computer science, was fairly new to being a professional developer when she went on parental leave for a full year. But even with a newborn in her care, she still found herself with some extra time on her hands. Instead of reading novels or watching movies, she used the opportunity to improve herself and build upon on her skills.
Have you ever felt detached from your work? Not in a “it’s the holiday season and there’s too much sugar around the office” kind of lethargy, but a deep feeling that you’re disengaged and your career is suffering for it?
Mergers and acquisitions can be an uneasy experience for employees of either company involved. Lots of questions immediately come to mind when news of a drastic change spreads, especially when it comes to whether or not your job is safe. But when Patricio Burbano learned that the company he worked for was getting acquired, and […]
The combination of good sensors and simplicity of tapping into the Windows 8 sensor APIs are really going to open the doors to some great apps. In this final review I’ll touch on the core sensors, how they fared, and how to tap into each of them. I’ve received a few pieces of hardware and […]
Aspiring programmer, Jolie O’Dell, continues her journey to learn C# using her Pluralsight training subscription. She just encountered the beauty of Visual Studio and seems to be falling head-over-heels in love, especially after her experiences with Java IDEs. 😉 If you’ve been using it for years, it’s easy to forget and take for granted how […]