Earlier this week we posted part one of some interviews we did while we were at TechEd India 2013. In this second video, we asked customers to tell us what they love about Pluralsight, and describe how the courses in our library have helped strengthen their skills, and have allowed them to excel in their professional lives.
During our trip to TechEd India 2013, we got the chance to speak to some of our customers about Pluralsight. Here’s what they had to say about the value of having access to quality online training, and what it means to be part of the Pluralsight community.
Last week we asked you what the last thing you bought for $29. Some of our authors are still trying to remember…
Thank you to our authors for being a part of this video, and our Editor in Chief, Fritz Onion.
Authors you may spot in this video include:
The Pluralsight Authoring Opportunity is exciting and rewarding.
Our authors love what they do, and they love talking about it!
Watch below to hear from our authors talk about what the authoring opportunity is to them.
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During our Author Summit Retreat, we had a chance to ask a few of our authors what Pluralsight meant to them in one word.
Of course, some of those words were questionably hyphenated.
Here’s what they had to say…
As a subscription based, online learning service for professional software developers, we often get the question “What is Pluralsight?”
We took a few minutes to sit down with our founders, and authors to answer just that question.
What is Pluralsight to you?
We had so much fun doing our Call Me Maybe Video, we wanted to share the experience with our subscribers. So we invited them to participate and we were amazed at the response we received. With the bare minimum of requirements, many brave developers choreographed, sang and danced their way into this video and our hearts!
Our new HTML 5 player is now in its Alpha testing phase, which means it’s live on our website and you can now try it (using a trick that you’ll see in this video). If you have any trouble, please read the rest of this article for known issues. Leave comments below to tell us what you like / don’t like. We’re hoping for lots of feedback, so don’t be shy!
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I had the pleasure of interviewing Iris Classon during the recent NDC 2012 conference in Oslo, Norway. We discussed how Iris transformed her career from dietician to software developer in less than a year. Watch her inspiring story below.
Iris now works as a full-time developer for Dotnet Mentor in Gothenburg, Sweden and she writes an active developer blog at www.irisclasson.com. Congratulations, Iris!
If you have a Pluralsight user story like this one, please email email@example.com.