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Learning Paths 15 posts

Learning paths for IT and developer professional certifications.

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Learning Path: AngularJS

By Geoffrey Grosenbach on April 18, 2014

AngularJS has held the top spot at Pluralsight for several months, so it’s about time for an AngularJS learning path! As web browsers get faster, developers aspire to writing more full-featured applications to run right in the browser. AngularJS was built to relieve the pain of writing large applications by giving you ways to organize [...]

Learning Path: iOS Developer

By Geoffrey Grosenbach on April 17, 2014

Our goal in this learning path is to give you a foundation for understanding the basic APIs you’ll need to write the most common kinds of data-driven applications and deploy them to the App Store.

Learning Path: Front End Web Development

By Geoffrey Grosenbach on April 10, 2014

Although it started life as an afterthought in the Netscape web browser, JavaScript is now the most widely deployed language in the world. Available in every web browser and on many servers as well, your career as a developer will probably include writing at least a few lines of JavaScript.

What course levels are available on Pluralsight?

By Geoffrey Grosenbach on April 2, 2014

Our learning community attracts developer and IT pros from all over the world with a wide range of expertise, and we make sure our training options reflect that. Whether you’re a developer who wants to pick up a new language, an administrator who’d like to learn about a new technology, or a manager who is simply trying to vet some options for a major business decision, we have something for everyone. To make it easier to find what you need when deciding on your next course, our library is categorized into three major learning levels.

Learning path: CompTIA Storage+

By Gary Eimerman on March 10, 2014

CompTIA’s Storage+ Powered by SNIA is a vendor-neutral certification that validates the knowledge and skills required of IT storage professionals. With this learning path, strengthen your knowledge in storage concepts, storage related networking and storage related disaster planning/recovery while preparing to take the CompTIA Storage+ certification exam.

Learning path: MCSA: Windows 8

By Gary Eimerman on December 4, 2013

Microsoft’s MCSA certification is the second level of certification (above MTA and below MCSE) and tackles topics that prepare you for an associate-level IT career. Learning path objective Strengthen your knowledge in desktop support and administration on the Windows 8 operating system and prepare for the two exams required to earn the MCSA: Windows 8 [...]

Learning path: CompTIA A+ (220-801 & 220-802)

By Gary Eimerman on November 19, 2013

The CompTIA A+ certification is widely acknowledged as one of the top entry-level certifications in IT. The certification covers a wide base of hardware, software and troubleshooting topics that delivers a great foundation of tech knowledge. For many entry-level technicians and help desk positions, the A+ is a pre-requisite.

Learning path: the JavaScript language

By Geoffrey Grosenbach on November 11, 2013

Although it started life as an afterthought in the Netscape web browser, JavaScript is now the most widely deployed language in the world. Available in every web browser and on many servers as well, your career as a developer will probably include writing at least a few lines of JavaScript.

Learning path: C# deep dive

By Mike Woodring on October 22, 2013

Since publishing our first C# learning path, 24 Hours to Become a C# Master, we’ve continued to expand our coverage of the preeminent language for application development on the Microsoft .NET-based platforms. In particular, we’ve added several courses to our library that take deep dives into specific areas of the language and its use. If [...]

Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching learning path

By Gary Eimerman on October 15, 2013

The CCNA has long been a staple of the networking world and is known for retaining value better than most certifications in the industry. Part of the reason it holds its value is because of how thorough this exam is. The other reason is because it gets revamped from time to time in order to [...]

Microsoft MCSA: Windows Server 2012 learning path

By Gary Eimerman on September 24, 2013

When it comes to getting certified as an IT administrator, few certification paths are as popular as the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) and Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE). In fact, it’s so popular that Microsoft brought this certification moniker out of retirement, and revamped it in April of 2012. With this revamp, Microsoft made [...]

Introducing our Learning Portal for Kids

By Manya Susoev on May 16, 2013

Technology has become so ingrained in our lives that many children today don’t know life without it. Whether it’s a mobile device, a computer, a gaming console, or a smart TV, our children use some form of modern technology every single day. And while our children might be experts in using technology, they’re primarily using [...]

Learning Path: ASP.NET MVC – 24 Hours to MVC Mastery

By Fritz Onion on October 11, 2012

This week’s learning path covers the increasingly popular ASP.NET MVC framework. With the increase in client-side capabilities because of HTML5, CSS3 and advanced JavaScript libraries like backbone.js, jQuery, and knockout.js, using ASP.NET MVC as your server-side Web framework is even more appealing. It removes much of the clutter associated with WebForms and gives you direct [...]

Learning Path: C# – 24 Hours to Becoming a C# Master

By Fritz Onion on August 30, 2012

Our library has grown to over 300 courses and almost 1000 hours of content, which means if you spent 8 hours a day watching Pluralsight courses it would take you nearly 6 months to watch the entire library. Of course we wouldn’t stop publishing courses while you watched, so by the time you finished, you’d [...]