You survived shopping for and shipping the perfect gifts.
You made it to the other side of rapid-fire end-of-year requests.
It’s time to invest in YOU.
We’ve been saying the gift of technology skills never goes out of style—and now you can treat yourself to a ticket to the technology skills event of the year: Pluralsight LIVE.
Not your grandparents’ tech conference
For two years and counting, LIVE is where the brightest minds in tech come together to learn, lead, network and party.
We pack all things tech into just a few whirlwind days, leaving attendees armed with cutting edge knowledge and tools to propel their organizations—and their individual careers—into the future.
But don’t just take our word for it. Relive some of the LIVE excitement of years past. And, heads up: We’re kind of competitive with ourselves, so LIVE 2019 promises to be the best yet.
"Pluralsight LIVE was a success! So much fun, good contacts and of course lots of learning. Looking forward to attending next year." - Brandon Kearns
See what people are saying
“Last year it was Michelle Obama, this year Malala. Take your expectation and then notch it up a little bit—and that is Pluralsight LIVE.” - Myra Ferguson
LIVE by the numbers
We’re putting together another stellar lineup for LIVE 2019, including can’t-miss keynote speakers, thought-provoking breakout sessions and countless networking opportunities.
Take a look at how the last two years of LIVE events shook out. Then plan to join us August 26-29 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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