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We're changing the way people learn technology and are looking for passionate R experts to create content for our technology learning platform. Become a Pluralsight author today to start building your personal brand, earning supplemental income and helping learners develop in demands skills.

What we're looking for

We're looking for subject matter experts who have a deep passion and knowledge of R and can produce dynamic courses for our learners.

Our author community is made up of R experts who use storytelling and enthusiasm to communicate concepts and demonstrate tasks and techniques. Their passion and teaching ability make them among the best in the industry. At Pluralsight, you'll be joining other R thought leaders and setting the precedent for what quality [topic] education can be.

We need content on:

  • Building Statistical and Mathematical Models with R
  • Cleaning Data with R
  • Creating and Using R Functions
  • Data Visualization with R
  • Data Wrangling with R
  • Exploratory Data Analysis with R
  • Importing Data with R
  • Interpreting Data with R
  • Programming Data Structures in R
  • Web Scraping with R

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Austin Bingham

Austin Bingham
Pluralsight Author

"Pluralsight gives me a great way spread my enthusiasm for learning. Pluralsight’s solid delivery platform, broad reach, and excellent editorial staff ensure not only that I can reach as many interested students as possible but that my courses are truly effective."


Rob Smallshire

Rob Smallshire
Pluralsight Author

"Working with Pluralsight has opened up a direct channel to many thousands of budding developers around the world. It’s an honor to guide so many developers through their first steps. Pluralsight’s marketing, growth and professionalism have helped me get the word out to more people than I imagined possible.";

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Spencer Winegar
R Acquisition Editor

When he's not searching for the best Machine Learning authors in the world, Spence can be found drinking Diet Coke (at least 4 liters a day), watching baseball and rearranging his Funko Pop action figures on his desk. If you get an "out of the office" response, chances are he is at Petco Park with his wife and four kids watching his San Diego Padres.

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