Microsoft partners with Pluralsight to upskill developers using Visual Studio 2017

On the side-lines of the Visual Studio 2017 launch, Pluralsight announced its partnership with Microsoft offering all Visual Studio subscribers free access to Pluralsight’s technology learning platform.

Founded in 2004, Pluralsight is an enterprise technology learning platform that delivers a unified, end-to-end learning experience for businesses across the globe. It offers on-demand access to a digital ecosystem of learning tools, including adaptive skill tests, directed learning paths, expert-authored courses, and interactive labs and live mentoring.

As part of the announcement, Visual Studio Enterprise subscribers will for the first time, get access to the full Pluralsight course catalog for a full year. Pluralsight will provide Visual Studio subscribers with access to learn from industry experts on core topics like Microsoft Azure, .NET, SQL Server, Angular, SharePoint, C#, Javascript and more as part of their benefit package.

“Our technology learning platform enables enterprise tech teams to master the most critical technology tools and skills out there. We’re proud to partner with Microsoft for the third consecutive year to provide the best learning experience to the Visual Studio network, empowering developers to keep up with the rapid pace of technological change and gain a true competitive advantage.”

- Aaron Skonnard, Co-founder & CEO, Pluralsight

This is a handy benefit for Visual Studio subscribers, and will allow developers to take advantage of the comprehensive Pluralsight catalog to master key technologies and stay ahead of the curve.

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