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Recent press releases:

  • Pluralsight’s Digital-Tutors Launches New Web and Interactive Training Content, Providing Learners with End-to-End Web Solutions
  • Pluralsight Teaches Kids to Code with Newest Free E-Learning Course: Basic HTML Part 1
  • Pluralsight Unveils New Headquarters, Announces Partnership with the Utah’s STEM Action Center and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development
  • Technology Gurus Don Jones and Greg Shields Join Pluralsight
  • Pluralsight CFO Greg Woodward Wins CXO of the Year Award from Utah Business Magazine
  • Pluralsight CEO Aaron Skonnard to Speak at 2014 Goldman Sachs – Harvard University Global Education Conference
  • Pluralsight Offers CEOs Five Security Tips to Prevent Cyber Attacks
  • Pluralsight Acquires Digital-Tutors for $45 Million
  • Pluralsight Teaches Kids to Code with Latest Free E-Learning Course: Kodu Kingdom Defense
  • Pluralsight Acquires Tekpub, Third Acquisition in 3 Months
  • Pluralsight Purchases IT Training Network TrainSignal for $23.6 Million
  • Pluralsight Embraces Open Source Community With Acquisition of Peepcode
  • Pluralsight Leadership Team Gears up for Surging Growth with Appointment of Former Skullcandy VP Brett Barlow as CMO
  • Pluralsight Computer Programming Instructor Becomes Online Education’s First Millionaire Author
  • Pluralsight CEO Aaron Skonnard Named an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year at Utah Awards Gala
  • Recent press coverage:

    Inc. Magazine, August 20, 2014: Why Measuring Systems Matters More Than Measuring People
    All Voices, August 18, 2014: 5 Ways to Learn to Code at Home for (Nearly) Free
    Redmond Magazine, August 15, 2014: Why IT Pros Should Prepare for Microsoft’s Stealth Library OS
    Inc. Magazine, August 12, 2014: Why Sales Commissions Don’t Work (in the Long Run)
    Entrepreneur, August 11, 2014: 4 Tips to Thwart iOS Attackers
    Inc. Magazine, August 5, 2014: How to Create a No-Fear Culture
    Silicon Slopes, August 4, 2014: Pluralsight opens new office, offers free tech education to Utah teachers
    Utah Business Magazine, August 4, 2014: Pluralsight Opens New Headquarters, Launches GOED Initiative
    The Davis County Clipper, August 4, 2014: Pluralsight: a tech business magnet for Davis County?
    Area Development, August 4, 2014: Pluralsight Opens Newly Designed Headquarters In Farmington, Utah
    Standard Examiner, August 1, 2014: Tech firm makes a splash in Farmington
    Beehive Startups, August 1, 2014: Pluralsight Partners With State of Utah to Advance Teacher Training
    Inc. Magazine, July 30, 2014: What We Learned From Buying 4 Companies in 8 Months
    Utah Business Magazine, June 5, 2014: 2014 CXO of the Year Profile: Greg Woodward, Pluralsight CFO
    Utah Business Magazine, June 5, 2014: Pluralsight
    Venture Beat, June 7, 2014: 5 reasons you should forget the coding bootcamp and study online instead
    Entrepreneur Magazine, May 30, 2014: 10 Insights From 10 Years Running a Business
    PandoDaily, April 10, 2014: MOOCs’ forgotten older sibling rises to take the online education throne
    Tech Crunch, April 9, 2014: PluralSight buys Digital-Tutors for $45 million to add media software training
    3DArtist, April 9, 2014: Digital-Tutors bought by Pluralsight
    VentureBeat, April 9, 2014: Why your VC funding is worthless without a plan
    Entrepreneur, March 20, 2014: How making employees lifelong learners can help your company succeed
    IT World, November 18, 2013: One question holds the key to a killer IT resume
    PandoDaily, October 30, 2013: Developers are becoming jacks of all trades
    Informationweek, August 5, 2013: Pluralsight buys TrainSignal, broadens IT training lineup
    Computerworld, May 9, 2013: For young students, a C# coding workshop for kids
    Gigaom, March 25, 2013: Developer training company Pluralsight releases online coding courses for kids
    TechCrunch, January 2, 2013: Developer training platform Pluralsight raises $27.5M from Insight Venture Partners to expand its online catalog

    Media contact:

    Megan Herrick, Director of PR

    Executive bios:

    Aaron Skonnard, Founder and CEO

    Pluralsight Unveils New Headquarters, Announces Partnership with the Utah’s STEM Action Center and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development

    August 1, 2014 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

    SALT LAKE CITY– Pluralsight, a global leader in online training for technology and creative professionals, announced today the official unveiling and ribbon cutting ceremony for its new headquarters at Station Park in Farmington, Utah.

    In addition to the open house, Pluralsight CEO Aaron Skonnard and Utah Governor Gary Herbert jointly announced Pluralsight’s first-of-its-kind initiative with the Utah Stem Action Center and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) to support K-12 teachers throughout the state. Pluralsight’s five million dollar donation will give Utah educators a free one-year subscription to the company’s online training library, allowing them to become versed on the very knowledge and training that will help their students become career ready and fill the growing talent dearth within the technology community.

    “As one of Utah’s fastest-growing companies, Pluralsight has been a stalwart to the state’s economy,” said Gov. Herbert. “I applaud the company’s commitment to cultivating talent in Davis County and throughout our state. I look forward to the fruits of our partnership to help Utah teachers develop the next generation of technical talent.”

    Serving as a skills catalyst for corporations and individual learners, Pluralsight’s online courses provide instant, timely and convenient learning, enabling professionals to remain relevant and up-to-date on the latest technological demands. Founded in 2004, Pluralsight was bootstrapped for nearly a decade before taking $27.5 million in funding from Insight Venture Partners in January 2013 to spur its exponential growth and vault the company onto the national scene.

    Over a period of eight months from 2013–2014, Pluralsight acquired four companies to bolster its online training sixfold, adding courses in IT, software development, open source and creative skills. Today, with more than 3,000 courses, Pluralsight has the world’s largest curated professional e-learning library, serving individuals, academic institutions and businesses of all sizes. The company’s new headquarters, offers state-of-art surroundings and a collaborative open-space work environment, accommodating its innovative atmosphere and skyrocketing growth.

    “Our new headquarters is reflective of our empowering culture and we feel it exemplifies the vision of removing barriers and democratizing professional training for people around the world,” said Skonnard. “Pluralsight is passionate about supporting the advancement of STEM education and assisting Utah’s educators as they help prepare the next generation of technology professionals. I am greatly appreciative of Governor Herbert’s commitment to computer science education, and I am honored to be part of a movement that will support and enhance Utah’s teachers, students and the state’s expanding tech community.”

    With an estimated 1 million computing jobs to be left vacant by 2020, Pluralsight is set to play a critical role in addressing the upcoming talent shortage in Silicon Valley and throughout the nation. Pluralsight also continues to encourage adoption of high-tech skills for youths through partnerships with K-12 schools and free online coding courses for kids, all of which is inspired by Skonnard’s personal experience of learning to code on his family’s Apple II at the age of 10.

    For more information on Pluralsight’s initiative with Utah’s STEM Action Center and GOED please visit or

    About Pluralsight
    Founded in 2004, Pluralsight is the global leader in online learning for software developers, IT specialists, and creative technologists. As the world’s largest curated e-learning library for technology professionals, the company offers instant access to more than 3,000 courses authored by top experts. With customers in more than 150 countries, Pluralsight serves as a career catalyst, delivering hands-on, practical training for the most in-demand and understaffed jobs of today. For more information visit