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Play by Play: Touch-based Morse code application with Peter-Paul Koch

By Hector Gonzalez on November 17, 2014

Learn from the founder of quirksmode.org, the legendary PPK, Peter-Paul Koch! Watch as he builds a simple app from scratch and debugs it on several different devices. Yeah, we’re excited too.


Understanding the difference between Microsoft Azure & Amazon AWS

Understanding the difference between Microsoft Azure & Amazon AWS

By Hector Gonzalez on November 10, 2014

In this webinar, Pluralsight author & IT Consultant Elias Khnaser, walks listeners through the differences between Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure. You will be ready to make more informed decisions as you migrate your workloads to the public cloud.


Guide to NSX Controllers for VMware NSX

Guide to NSX Controllers for VMware NSX

By Hector Gonzalez on November 4, 2014

In this video tutorial, developer Jason Nash goes through the roles and functions of NSX Controllers, including as one of the main components of NSX, providing as a control plane to administer network info to hosts.


Web Forms does modern web application development

Web Forms does modern web application development

By Sonal Amin on September 22, 2014

Watch this on-demand webinar to take full advantage of HTML 5, CSS 3, Bootstrap, jQuery and friendly URLs in Web Forms.


Best practices for MySQL query optimization

Best practices for MySQL query optimization

By Manya Susoev on April 5, 2014

In this free clip from MySQL Query Optimization and Performance Tuning, Pinal Dave explains the best practices for keeping your queries optimized.


What is Git and what makes it different?

What is Git and what makes it different?

By Manya Susoev on April 2, 2014

In this free clip from Git for Visual Studio Developers, Esteban Garcia explains what Git is, and how it differs from other version control systems.


How to install Groovy

How to install Groovy

By Manya Susoev on March 29, 2014

In this free clip from Groovy Fundamentals, get a walkthrough of how to install Groovy on your machine.


New courses: PowerShell, C#, ENCOG and more

By Manya Susoev on March 27, 2014

This week’s new courses include a highly-anticipated PowerShell from Mark Minasi and part two of Abhishek Kumar’s series on advanced machine learning. And don’t forget, there’s still time to vote in our Titans of Tech Tournament, where you could win a year of free training and a custom Pluralsight sports jersey.


Why you should keep each language in its own file

Why you should keep each language in its own file

By Manya Susoev on March 26, 2014

In this free clip from Clean Code: Writing Code for Humans, Cory House explains why you should avoid using one language to write another language or format via strings.


How to troubleshoot web applications with tracing in ASP.NET

How to troubleshoot web applications with tracing in ASP.NET

By Manya Susoev on March 15, 2014

In this free clip from ASP.NET Security Secrets Revealed, learn about tracing, a handy feature for seeking out diagnostic information inside web applications.


What does the application function (AppFunc) do?

What does the application function (AppFunc) do?

By Manya Susoev on March 12, 2014

In this free clip from ASP.NET MVC5 Fundamentals, learn about what the application function (AppFunc) does.


Using Azure service bus topics

Using Azure service bus topics

By Manya Susoev on March 8, 2014

In this free clip from Implementing the Reactive Manifesto with Azure and AWS, get a demonstration of how to use Azure service bus topics.


How to use Junos pipe commands to filter command output

How to use Junos pipe commands to filter command output

By Manya Susoev on March 5, 2014

In this free clip from Introduction to the Junos OS, Robert Juric shows you some helpful pipe commands to filter command output in Junos.


Cisco CCNA Data Center: How do repeaters work?

Cisco CCNA Data Center: How do repeaters work?

By Manya Susoev on February 17, 2014

In this free clip from Cisco CCNA Data Center: Intro to Data Center Networking, get an overview of how repeaters receive, interpret, generate and transmit signals.


How to build a personal brand: 12 month strategy

How to build a personal brand: 12 month strategy

By Manya Susoev on February 11, 2014

In this free clip from Developing a Killer Personal Brand, learn how to design a 12 month strategy, and build your personal brand step by step.


What is a Docker container?

What is a Docker container?

By Manya Susoev on January 31, 2014

In this clip from Docker Fundamentals, learn about how containers have been used over time, and how Docker applies the container system to modern technology.


CompTIA Storage+: disk drive physical size vs capacity

CompTIA Storage+: disk drive physical size vs capacity

By Manya Susoev on January 24, 2014

In this clip from CompTIA Storage+ Part 1: Storage Fundamentals, learn about disk drive sizes, and the difference between a disk drive’s physical size and its capacity.


Comparing Pytest and unittest

Comparing Pytest and unittest

By Manya Susoev on January 22, 2014

In this free clip from Unit Testing with Python, get a comparison of two unit testing tools, Pytest and unittest. In the full course, learn how to utilize these tools to write good unit tests for your Python code.


What is service-oriented architecture?

What is service-oriented architecture?

By Manya Susoev on January 15, 2014

In this clip from Building End-to-End Multi-Client Service Oriented Applications, find out what service-oriented architecture (SOA) and service-oriented applications are, and how this approach to applications can help your future projects.


How to get more involved as a developer

How to get more involved as a developer

By Manya Susoev on January 11, 2014

In this clip from Get Involved!, Scott Hanselman and Rob Conery give you a preview of what you’ll find in the full-length course. Things such as blogging, Twitter, GitHub, StackOverflow, user groups and conferences can make you a happier, more productive developer and inspire you to take your career to the next level.