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Where today’s leaders talk tomorrow’s technology.

Latest Episodes

May 26, 2020

030 - A conversation on technology skill development

Don Jones, Vice President of Partner Content at Pluralsight, interviews Tanya E. Moore, Eric Geis and Gary Beach about what technology skill development is and why it matters.

May 19, 2020

029 - 25 years of Java

In recognition of Java’s 25th birthday, Jeremy brings you a special episode taking you through the ups and downs of Java’s important history.

May 12, 2020

028 - A conversation with Chief Cloud Economist Corey Quinn

Corey Quinn of the Duckbill Group chats with Jeremy about the role of a Cloud Economist, AWS optimization and how you can improve your understanding of AWS.

May 5, 2020

027 - Scott Hanselman talks tech skills with Hank Green

As part of our Tech Skills Day live stream, Scott Hanselman speaks with Hank Green about .NET, productivity myths, working from home and much more.

April 28, 2020

026 - Andrew Yang and Deborah Kurata talk tech skills with Hank Green

We bring you the audio of two conversations from our epic Tech Skills Day live stream. YouTube producer Hank Green interviews Andrew Yang (entrepreneur and former presidential candidate), and Deborah Kurata (developer and Pluralsight Angular author).

April 21, 2020

025 - Gary Bolles on the future of work and building strong communities

Gary and Daniel discuss several timely topics, including unbundled work, distributed teams, the importance of empathy and more productive ways to frame this COVID-19 moment.

April 14, 2020

024 - How to grow your career in technology

As part of our #FreeApril campaign, we hosted a live AMA with a panel of technologists who shared stories and advice on growing a career in technology. This episode brings you the audio from this AMA, featuring Shelley Benhoff, Dan Wahlin, Jeremy Morgan and April Speight.

April 7, 2020

023 - Talking big data and search with Xavier Morera

Jeremy and Xavier sit down to chat about the challenges surrounding enterprise search, how search connects to big data, and some pivotal moments in Xavier's career.

March 31, 2020

022 - Using AI daily with Jaekob Chenina

How can teams evolve their AI strategy from experimental to essential? What is the best way to jumpstart a career in AI/ML? What does Leonardo da Vinci have to do with AI development? Jaekob and Jeremy tackle these topics and more.

March 24, 2020

021 - Aaron Skonnard kicks off Pluralsight LIVE Europe

Listen as our co-founder and CEO Aaron Skonnard kicks off Pluralsight LIVE Europe by announcing several exciting new additions to our platform.

March 17, 2020

020 - Tips and tricks for working from home

With recent events leading many teams to start working remotely for the first time, we assembled a panel of WFH experts to answer your questions about staying healthy, being productive and keeping your sanity when you’re not in the office everyday.

March 10, 2020

019 - Security with Troy Hunt

Security legend Troy Hunt joins us to discuss the Jeff Bezos phone hack, election threats, Huawei, Have I Been Pwned and much more. Whether you’re a certified ethical hacker or just trying to improve your own security hygiene, this episode’s a can’t miss.

March 3, 2020

018 - What are the tech skills of tomorrow?

We asked four experts in software development, data, machine learning and cloud computing which skills are essential to thrive in the next decade. We think you’ll enjoy this look at the tech skills of tomorrow.

February 25, 2020

017 - Creating 100 courses (and counting) with Greg Shields

Greg Shields, Pluralsight Author Evangelist, speaks with Jeremy about the incredible accomplishment of publishing his 100th course and why storytelling is at the heart of everything he does.

February 18, 2020

016 - EQ vs IQ with Jason Alba

Succeeding in your career isn’t tied only to what you know, but also your ability to communicate. Pluralsight author Jason Alba explains why technologists should prioritize developing soft skills like emotional intelligence and public speaking.

February 11, 2020

015 - The fundamentals of data literacy with Jordan Morrow

Data has the power to change lives . . .  when it’s understood correctly. That’s where “data literacy” comes in. After years of refining his approach, Jordan Morrow walks us through the essential steps in becoming more data literate. (And no, being a data scientist isn’t required.)

February 4, 2020

014 - Design is for humans with Monika Khanna

Monika Khanna is an Associate Design Director at IBM, and in this audio she explains the importance of empathy in creating products that are memorable and enjoyable.

Whether you’re a designer yourself, or a technologist looking to inject a little more design thinking into the development process, a human-centered point of view is paramount.

January 28, 2020

013 - A mob programming primer with Allan Stewart

You’ve probably heard of mob programming, but maybe you haven’t yet tried it out with your team. In this episode, Allan Stewart dispels common concerns around mob programming, discusses the importance of flow efficiency and explains what a successful mob programming session looks like.

January 21, 2020

012 - How to be a futurist with Ben Hammersley

Futurist Ben Hammersly talks about how technology shapes society, why Elon Musk is driven more by nostalgia than innovation, and more.

January 14, 2020

011 - Life in the cloud with Ned Bellavance

What does “cloud native” actually mean? Are there times when legacy technology shouldn’t be replaced? What makes a good Philly cheesesteak?

Expert Ned Bellavance chats all things cloud in this entertaining episode.

January 7, 2020

Kelsey Hightower, Developer Advocate at Google, chats with Jeremy about his journey as a developer, what makes Kubernetes so powerful and the projects he loves working on.

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