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Happy Computer Science Education Week! Have you been participating? We’re doing our part by giving away a few things in celebration — free training and grants for schools, to be precise — and by continuing to release quality training videos, of course. Here’s a list of new content that we’ve published in the last week. [...]
Does the Pluralsight staff know how to have fun? Yes, we take our jobs building the best tech training library on the planet seriously, but we’re known to cut loose around the office with Nerf gun attacks and Pluralball (yes, it’s a thing). Outside the office, we get even more raucous, especially around the holidays. [...]
It’s Computer Science Education Week, and as part of an effort to expand participation in computer science education, Code.org is encouraging students to use the resources they’ve provided to learn an hour of code.
We hope everyone has had a great week, and for those in the US, that you enjoyed your Thanksgiving holiday — we sure did! Here’s the list of courses we’ve released in the past two weeks. Enjoy!
Believe it or not, our awesome courses don’t just appear magically in our library. We’ve got a whole team of people working to bring you the best dev and IT admin training out there. But who are we? The Pluralsight staff wants to share the things we’re most thankful for this Thanksgiving, so you can get to know us better.
We reached another big number this week. Our library now has over 1200 courses! Amazing, right? We still have over a month before the year ends, and there’s no sign of slowing down. Check out the courses we’ve released in the past week.
Each week we bring you tons of new courses for your training needs, and this week we’ve got a nice list of them to share, including Dynamics CRM, SharePoint, Bootstrap 3 and many more.
Salesforce devs, we’ve got a serious hackathon to tell you about. Most hackathons end in bragging rights and exhaustion, but Salesforce is hosting that ends in an epic prize: $1M. We’ll give you the training you’ll need to build that winning app.
This will be my 4th time attending, teaching and presenting at Dreamforce, the annual Salesforce.com conference that takes over much of San Francisco’s downtown for one week in late fall.
In the past few months, we’ve ramped up production, partnered with TrainSignal and PeepCode, and just last week we made the announcement that we’ve acquired Tekpub. What all this means is that at Pluralsight, we’re committed to quality and providing you with the most value and options for attaining the skills you need to succeed [...]
We often hear from our customers what Pluralsight means to them. It means a chance at a new career, the ability to save the day at work, or the knowledge needed to ace a certification exam. But what does Pluralsight mean to us? For our staff, it means answering the call to democratize tech education [...]
Matias Niemela is responsible for writing the new animations API in AngularJS. We were interested in its background and some of the history and design decisions around ngAnimate, so we decided we’d take some time to chat with Matias and ask him. Lukas Ruebbelke: Matias, let’s start with a little background first. Tell us a bit about [...]
It’s time to put away that Spiderman jumpsuit and stop eating those fun-size candy bars. 2013 National Beard and Moustache Championships contestant taken by Greg Anderson It’s officially November, and that means it’s time for Pluralsight’s First Annual No Shave November contest. We’ve posed a challenge to our entire male staff: Don’t shave your face [...]
Happy Halloween Pluralsighters! I hope you all are having as much fun today as we are. In honor of Halloween we all came to work in costume (as I’m sure all of you did too). Everyone’s costumes were so well done; we’re having a hard time picking our favorite. Help us! We’ve narrowed it down [...]
In case you missed the exciting news, we’ve acquired Tekpub! We’ll be integrating those courses into our library over the next few months, and if you’re currently a Tekpub subscriber, you’ll be able to access all of our existing courses very soon. Check out this post from CEO Aaron Skonnard to read more about it. [...]
It’s been a busy few months at Pluralsight. We’ve grown to more than 1,100 courses and 4,000 hours of training. We finished integrating the TrainSignal and PeepCode libraries, adding a wealth of IT admin and open source courses to your training arsenal. And October will mark a new record for the most courses we’ve [...]
“Thankskilling,” “Chopping Mall,” “Bikini Bloodbath Car Wash”? Come on, we can do better than that! Here at Pluralsight, we love a cheesy horror movie. We want to celebrate Halloween by coming up with the best tech-themed horror movie titles (think “I Know What You Coded Last Summer,” “The Developing Dead”). Want to get in on [...]
In case you missed last week’s announcement, we’ve finished migrating all TrainSignal and PeepCode courses into our library. If you’re joining us from TrainSignal or PeepCode, welcome! We now have more than 1,100 courses and 4,000+ of training in our library! If you were an existing Pluralsight customer prior to the acquisitions, you might be [...]
Can’t get enough of the vSphere 5.5 news? Now you can play with it yourself! Learn why you should take the time to download vSphere 5.5.
We’ve really turned the online training space on it’s head by joining forces with Pluralsight. Learn more about how this impacts the future of IT training from our very own VP of IT Pro Content.