It’s easy to label yourself an expert in your respective field, thanks to the Internet, but the folks behind these social accounts actually live up to the title – and they’re doing a great job of sharing their knowledge. We rounded up the top tech people, brands and magazines to follow on some of our favorite social networking sites including Tumblr, Pinterest (yes, Pinterest) and, of course, Twitter. Here’s what we found.
If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed by too much technology, you’re not alone. Here are four tried and true tips to help keep you on track.
Did you know that we host weekly giveaways on our social media channels? This week’s caption contest yielded some pretty hilarious responses we couldn’t help but share.
In this clip from Get Involved!, Scott Hanselman and Rob Conery give you a preview of what you’ll find in the full-length course. Things such as blogging, Twitter, GitHub, StackOverflow, user groups and conferences can make you a happier, more productive developer and inspire you to take your career to the next level.
Hop on to Twitter and enter our How to Build a Computer contest! Fill out the form in our tweet and you’ll be entered into a raffle to win the computer made famous by our CompTIA A+ Part 6 course.
If you’re involved in tech, then you more than likely use Twitter in some way. Whether it’s for keeping up with news, to meet people and connect with peers, ask questions or promote yourself, there’s no doubt that Twitter has become the go-to place for real-time information sharing and consumption. Here at Pluralsight we’re big [...]
Tweeting is easy enough, but do you know how your tweets can affect your bottom line? In this excerpt from Jesse Stay’s new course Twitter for Business you’ll see how to monitor the viral aspects of your Twitter feeds and make any corrections that may be necessary. In the full course Jesse also covers the [...]
Jesse Stay has just published a new course: Twitter for Business Hundreds of millions of people are using Twitter, and you need to get on the bandwagon! This course starts from the very beginning, showing you the basics of getting your Twitter account set up, to etiquette, and then dives deeper into how to build [...]
While social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook have revolutionized the way we communicate with each other, how we market our products, and even how we publicize our highly valuable technical blogs, this revolution has come at a price. We routinely give up huge amounts of information about our friends, our customers, and our lives [...]