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I certainly feel I've skilled up this April, thanks to
offering a free month (amazing). It's just the start of the journey of course of greater self-confidence and massively satisfying. Now applying what I've learned in some coding projects of my own.
I'd like to thank @skonnard and the @pluralsight team for giving away free acccess to the entire course library. Your platform and content is amazing. I just finished 3 Xamarin courses and I'm still eager for more.
Just a quick thank you and shout out to @pluralsight - They gave me a free month with #FreeApril - I learned Xamarin and today they got a new monthly subscriber. Brilliant courses, excellent presenters and loads of topics.
Been watching course after course on @pluralsight in the last few weeks. Have reviewed a lot of "old" concepts, like c# design patterns. And learned lots of new stuff (like https://t.co/fVnis0Eon6). Very impressed with their offerings. Going to become a "real" paid subscriber
I just finished @rseroter’s @pluralsight course “DevOps: The Big Picture”. I haven’t been exposed to DevOps as much as I wanted to, and I am about to join a company who is making the transition to DevOps. His course is a perfect starter! Thank you! #FreeApril
So, with @pluralsight going free for the month I decided to give it a go, and wow. The course quality is astounding. It also led me to my first time watching an @nigelpoulton course and I'll be watching my way through his remaining K8s and Docker courses end to end! https://t.co/JuHw1xElU3
@pluralsight I lack works to say thank you..
I just set up my account & about downloading my 1st course in less than 30 minutes.
You don't know what this means to me, I'm really grateful to the entire staff & leadership of @pluralsight. I'll spread the link.
From Nigeria, we say thank you.
When I was learning to code I pirated some courses because I couldn’t really afford the real thing.
If you’re in a situation where maybe you go laid off and learning some coding skills is appealing, Pluralsight’s library is currently free:
Turn off Tiger King (ok, finish it) and hop on @pluralsight to learn critical skills to compete in the new economy. Share with your friends who have been laid off or have reduced hours. Free access for the month of April - incredible gift to the community, @skonnard. https://t.co/25YY1uzXko
A couple of years ago, I learned the basics of Docker and Kubernetes on @pluralsight while looking for jobs. That training was instrumental in getting a new role for almost $20K more than I was making at the time! No matter what the job market looks like, invest in yourself. https://t.co/qa05LUhkIe