New course releases.
Whether you’ve been thinking about adding C# to your repertoire or waiting for a great way to get introduced to Oracle PL/SQL, you’re in luck. This week has a great variety of new course releases, and there’s something for everyone. Check them out.
Just a little over three months ago we announced our acquisition of Tekpub. Since then we’ve been working as quickly as possible to get Tekpub’s top courses migrated into our library. Well, guess what! We’re just about finished. There’s only a couple of courses left to bring over, but the rest is all there, ready for you to take in and learn from.
Last week marked a huge milestone for the Pluralsight library. We finished importing over 400 IT pro courses from TrainSignal, bringing our total course tally to more than 1,100. (And a whopping 4,000 hours of training!) But what does that mean to the army of developers using Pluralsight? It means you now have an opportunity [...]
We have some very exciting news to share with you today. We are proud to announce that we have finished migrating all TrainSignal and PeepCode content into the Pluralsight library. This means we now have over 1,100 courses and 4,000 hours of online training! Amazing, right? In addition to the massive amount of migrated content, [...]
Recently I highlighted some of the new PeepCode courses that had been added to the Pluralsight library. Today I’m pleased to announce that we’ve finished migrating the entire PeepCode library, and it is now available with your Pluralsight subscription. While this great news, as a PeepCode subscriber exploring the 1,000+ courses in the Pluralsight catalog, you might feel a bit [...]
Wow! We really ramped up the production this week and released a ton of new courses, including a few from first-time authors. These releases are a nice mix of beginner and intermediate-level courses, with a variety of topics including parallel computing, iOS 7 and Drupal 7. It’s a long list, so we’ll jump right to [...]
This week we continue our wave of migration news by happily announcing that we’ve added PeepCode’s top 20 open source courses to our library. Highlights from these courses include: Meet Elixir by Jose Valim Build Your Career by Michael Lopp Play by Play with Ryan Singer Play by Play with Neven Mrgan Play by Play [...]
For those of you keeping tabs, we’ve now migrated 163 of TrainSignal’s 403 courses! Here are a few highlights from the courses that made it into our library this week: Windows 8 Managing and Maintaining (70-688) series (4 parts) by John O’Neill Sr. System Center 2012 Configuring & Deploying a Private Cloud (70-247) series by Elias Khnaser Installing [...]
We know you’ve had a busy week, and so have we! We migrated a bunch of IT content from TrainSignal’s library to our own, including Cisco CCNA courses, CompTIA A+, a four-part series on Exchange Server 2013, Lync Server 2013, SQL Server 2012, System Center 2012, SSCP and Windows 8 configuring and deployment. Phew! In all, [...]
Between planning for Programmers’ Day (don’t forget to enter our contest!), and our continued migration of PeepCode and TrainSignal courses, it’s been quite a busy week here at Pluralsight. But even with all the craziness that comes with bringing together three awesome companies, we’re still able to deliver another round of fresh content for your viewing [...]
Since we announced our acquisitions of TrainSignal and PeepCode, we’ve been hard at work migrating their IT and open-source courses over to our site. But this doesn’t mean we’ve slowed down production of new courses. We’re still releasing courses as quickly as we set out to do at the beginning of this year, and we’re [...]
Kenny Kerr has published another course! This course is about the practical application of the modern C++ language. It’s about using (and creating) modern C++ libraries. You’re going to learn how to use a modern C++ style of programming. You will see how it helps to turn C++ into a modern language that’s intuitive and [...]
Steve Michelotti has just published a new course! Do you want a data ORM that is simple and lightweight but also is powerful and provides incredible performance? If so, a Micro ORM is for you! This course will provide background for what a Micro ORM is and why you might want to use one. It [...]
Ben Day has just published a new course: Load Testing with Visual Studio 2012 Go ahead and ask yourself the following: Is your application slow? Do you want to make sure it *isn’t* slow? Want to know what happens when a lot of people start using you application? Well, Ben Day has re-entered the Pluralsight [...]
John Sonmez has published a new course! At first, Inversion of Control (IoC) is a difficult concept to understand. Even after understanding what IoC is, a developer must learn to apply the concepts of IoC and IoC containers to a real application in order to use it effectively. In this course, John will show you [...]
Pinal Dave has just published a new course! Performance is one of the most essential aspects of any application. Everyone wants their server to perform optimally and at the best efficiency. Indexes are the silver bullets for Performance. In this course you will gain an understanding of the basics of MySQL Indexes and further explore [...]
We are proud to introduce our newest author Simon Robinson, who has just published his first course, Math for Programmers. Do you really understand your numbers? Programmers use numeric data every day. Integers to store counts. Floating points to store fractions. But do you know how that data is really stored, or what the limitations [...]
Bryan Hansen has just published a new course: Spring Fundamentals The Spring Framework provides a comprehensive programming and configuration model for modern Java-based enterprise applications – on any kind of deployment platform. It focuses on the “plumbing” of enterprise applications so that teams can focus on application-level business logic, without unnecessary ties to specific deployment [...]
Kate Gregory has just published a new course: C++ Language Changes in the VS 2013 Preview The C++ Language and the Standard Library both changed dramatically with the release of C++ 11. Some of these features were implemented in Visual Studio even before C++ 11 achieved final approval. Others were added in later versions. This [...]