Part 1: The History of Pluralsight.net
Adam Cogan talks to Aaron about Pluralsight. He covers:
• The history behind Pluralsight
• What it offers to the community
Part 2: Pluralsight Walkthrough
Adam takes a closer look at Pluralsight.net and walks us through:
• The course structure and content
• How the free stuff works and how much you can watch
• Scott Allen talking about ASP.NET MVC3.0 and discovering he sounds a lot like Vin Diesel
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About the speakers
Although Aaron is a developer at heart, he has a passion for education and business strategy. As President & CEO of Pluralsight, Aaron focuses on core business strategy, future direction, and product development. Aaron also plays a technical role in the company where he leads the Windows Azure, WCF, and Web services curriculum.
Over the years, Aaron has written over a hundred articles & whitepapers, several books, and he's a contributing editor with MSDN Magazine where he authored The XML Files and Service Station columns for years. Aaron frequently speaks at industry events including TechEd, PDC, and VSLive! Aaron has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP for many years.
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