Pluralsight offers 7000 online courses free to make you stay at home

Pluralsight, one the worlds leading online learning websites has announced that it will offer it’s entire stock of e-learning courses free for the month of April. The offer is open to all people who don’t currently have a paid subscription and gives access to more than 7000 courses. Aaron Skonnard, CEO of Pluralsight says this is an incentive for technology learners to follow government and healthcare experts advice to practice social distancing by staying home and bettering themselves.

“With this free offering, we want to encourage technology enthusiasts to stay home and improve their skills. Technology can help us build a better tomorrow when we’re able to return to normal, and we want to provide as many people as possible with the opportunity to stay safe, stay home, and skill up.”

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To be eligible, you must be a new learner who hasn’t got any subscription to the platform and is only available for the month of April. And don’t worry, you won’t need to supply a credit card or deal with a future obligation. Pluralsight is also offering extended trials to business, non-profits and K-12 institutions who are curious to see if their teams can benefit from the platform.

Pluralsight’s platform offers mostly technical courses in software development, cloud computing, big data, AI and machine learning. If you are an aspiring game developer, it’s a great place to start learning coding techniques and practices.

The courses are taught by recognized experts who are thoroughly vetted to ensure quality learning. Pluralsight says it vets them in a process that is more stringent than most elite educational institutions. The trainers include authors of definitive books, innovators in the sector and big tech employees.

For more information about Pluralsight’s Skills platform, head on over to their website www.pluralsight.com

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