Pluralsight + Code School: Expand your learning horizons

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As a child, you relied on more than one source to gain an understanding of the world around you. You used your sense of touch. You observed your parents and peers. You read books and listened during class. Learning was dynamic and personal. Learning as an adult shouldn’t be any different.

At Pluralsight, we believe people are most successful when they can harness a variety of learning opportunities and teaching styles. And we get that what resonates with you might not be the same for your friend or colleague. That’s one of the reasons we’re excited to announce we’ve acquired Code School.

Why Code School?

If you’re not familiar with Code School, its interactive platform is what sets it apart. It offers an in-browser coding experience for learners to follow along and get hands-on practice while completing a course—to learn by doing. It’s a fun, effective way to master the core concepts of a technology and delve into topics that are new to you.

I encourage you to explore Code School’s learning paths, which include JavaScript, Ruby, Git and more. In the future, we hope to integrate Code School and Pluralsight’s learning paths, to introduce Pluralsight users to this rich content and help Code School customers dive deeper into topics.

We also chose Code School because its goals and culture align with ours so well. Like Pluralsight, it was founded by developers who weren’t satisfied with the status quo and believed there had to be a better way to learn. It brings the same level of quality you’ve come to expect from our training and a commitment to creating truly relevant courses—and having fun while doing it.

Start exploring for free

In honor of our new partnership, we’re opening up the Pluralsight, Code School and Digital-Tutors libraries for free for everyone for 72 hours. We hope you’ll take us up on this offer to see just how powerful it can be to have so many choices in how and what you learn. I encourage you to try as many courses as you can during this celebration and share any learning breakthroughs you have with us on Twitter with #72HourPass.

Get free access to Code School, Pluralsight or Digital-Tutors. To get more insight into why we’re excited to welcome Code School into the Pluralsight learning ecosystem, check out the video below from founder and CEO Gregg Pollack, who walks you through the Code School experience. And then don’t wait—find a course that inspires you, tap into your childlike curiosity and start learning. For more information on this partnership, see our FAQs and press release. Get free access to Code School, Pluralsight or Digital-Tutors.

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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.