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5 ways to get the most out of your year-end spending

By Lindsay Lauck on September 15, 2014

With the fiscal year coming to a close this month, managers are scrambling to find a way to make the most of their money. Before you go on a maniacal last-minute spending spree, here are some tips to help you decide how to allocate your government year-end spending.

Net neutrality: the Internet Slowdown & Battle for the Net

By Whitney Larsen on September 9, 2014

Heard of net neutrality? The outcome of this hotbed issue could change how you use the internet, access information, and even affect your Pluralsight subscription. Learn more about the Battle for the Net as Pluralsight participates in the Internet Slowdown.

Weekly new courses: SQL Server, WebRTC, Markdown & more

By Lora Beros on August 29, 2014

Check out the hottest releases in the Pluralsight library this week.

$135M in Series B funding: What it means for you

By Aaron Skonnard on August 27, 2014

We’re excited to announce we’ve raised a $135M Series B investment round in funding. Here’s what this means for you.

Weekly new courses: UX, Node.js, Powershell & more

By Sonal Amin on August 22, 2014

Get the latest scoop on courses that were released in our library this week.

Here are the latest changes to the CCIE retake policy

By Sean Wilkins on August 18, 2014

The CCIE’s updated retake policies make it harder for cheaters to slip through the cracks, but it also means that you need to be more prepared than ever before. Here’s everything you need to know before taking the next big exam.

9 amazing inventions of 2014

By Stacy Warden on August 4, 2014

August is National Inventor’s Month, and we’re pretty excited to celebrate. We’ve rounded up our favorite inventions of 2014. From a life-saving syringe to a Bluetooth-powered ring, these nine creations will have you saving up for things you didn’t even know you needed, but suddenly can’t imagine living without.

Ain’t no party like a #PluralsightParty

By Whitney Larsen on August 1, 2014

Keep an eye out here for all the action happening at our Open House party in Farmington, UT.

An exciting new partnership to help advance education in Utah

By Aaron Skonnard on August 1, 2014

Everything we do stems from a passion for education. We’re thrilled to share the details of our new, first-of-its-kind partnership with the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development.

Continuing your IT education through CompTIA

By Don Jones on July 30, 2014

Continuing education is something that every IT certification program should include. When it comes to CompTIA, Pluralsight has you covered. Read on for a list of Pluralsight training that’s pre-approved
for CompTIA CEUs.

What does one Windows mean for you?

By Don Jones on July 24, 2014

Microsoft recently announced that the company will be merging its major Windows operating systems into a single mega-Windows. Find out what this means for you.

Training with Pluralsight around the globe

By Sonal Amin on July 16, 2014

Take a look at how our authors are training with Pluralsight around the globe this summer.

A sneak peek at our new headquarters

By Sonal Amin on June 30, 2014

We’re very excited to announce the opening of our new office in Farmington, Utah. The new HQ features an open layout, bright windows, modern décor, and a truly inviting workspace. Get a sneak peek.

Celebrating Father’s Day: Inspired by Dad

By Sonal Amin on June 13, 2014

For Father’s Day, we asked our fans and followers how their love for technology has been inspired by their dads. Here are a few heartwarming stories we received.

Getting to know Swift

By Sonal Amin on June 12, 2014

Apple made several announcements during its Worldwide Developer’s Conference last week, but it was the reveal of Swift — the company’s newest programming language for iOS and OS X — that really stood out for us. We asked some of our authors what they think about Swift, here’s what they said.

This Memorial Day, we thank our vets with free training!

By Sonal Amin on May 23, 2014

This Memorial Day, we’re honoring veterans by offering them a free month of training!

Microsoft’s latest tools let you easily manage users in the cloud

By Mary Branscombe on May 22, 2014

Finally, Windows Phone 8.1 has the mobile management features we’ve been promised for months. From selective remote wipe to distributing certificates for secure Wi-Fi connections, there’s plenty to be happy about. Here’s what you need to know so far.

Is Windows XP really dead?

By Paul Ballard on May 15, 2014

The day of reckoning for Windows XP has come and gone, but what does the end of Microsoft support for Windows XP really mean? Here’s what you need to know.

Azure RemoteApp gives you Windows apps anywhere, anytime

By Mary Branscombe on May 12, 2014

Azure RemoteApp is about to make your life a whole lot easier with its cloud-hosted desktop apps. The new service, which was announced during TechEd 2014, is currently in beta – here’s everything you need to know so far.

Here’s how you can help teach kids programming

By Stacy Warden on May 6, 2014

Teaching kids to program is just as important, and as easy, as equipping them with another language. Find out how you can help make it happen.