Master these 6 tech skills to stay relevant in 2015

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Last January, I shared that we’re not big on New Year’s resolutions at Pluralsight. That’s because we push ourselves to exceed customer expectations every day, not just at the start of the year. But it’s still important to take an annual look at what’s changing in current trends for our industry.

In fields like technology and science that never stop moving and evolving, it’s even more important to keep pace with what trends are new and emergent—both to stay ahead of the curve, and to not get left behind. In my column on this week, you’ll find details about the “Top 6 Tech Skills You Need in 2015," as well as links to resources from Pluralsight and other industry thought leaders on how to develop those skills.

To whet your appetite, we cover these areas that you need to know about this year:

• Coding

• Data analytics

• Cloud computing

• Mobile

• Data visualization

• UX design skills

So as your year gets under way, take some time to prepare for your future by getting good at what counts—mastering the skills it takes in 2015 to reshape the way businesses in every industry function, and to connect better with your customers. Read the full post here.

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Aaron Skonnard

Aaron Skonnard is the CEO of Pluralsight (NASDAQ: PS), a fast-growing enterprise technology learning platform. Aaron cofounded Pluralsight in 2004 and has since grown the company to more than 1,000 employees and 1,500 expert authors. As CEO, Aaron focuses on business strategy, future direction, product development and strategic partnerships. On a day-to-day basis, he works closely with the entire executive team in different capacities, including recruiting, brand management, marketing, sales, feature planning and content acquisition.