Microsoft offers Visual Studio subscribers free access to Pluralsight’s technology learning platform

Today, Microsoft introduced Visual Studio 2017 with a bunch of new features and loads of improvements. To celebrate Visual Studio’s 20th anniversary, Pluralsight is teaming up with Microsoft. As part of the partnership, Visual Studio subscribers will get completely free access to Pluralsight’s technology learning platform where they can improve their skills and learn new techniques.

With access to Pluralsight, Visual Studio subscribers can learn on a various of different topics — ranging from C#, JavaScript, .NET, SQL Server, Azure, SharePoint, and even Angular.  Shawn Nandi, the Senior Director of Cloud App Dev and Data Marketing at Microsoft said in a statement:

“A key part to our vision of ‘Any Developer, Any App, Any Platform’ is helping our Visual Studio subscribers and Dev Essentials members stay on the leading edge of innovations in app development technology. Pluralsight has proven its ability to deliver high quality, up-to-date learning, and with the addition of their adaptive skill measurements and curated learning paths, partnering with them was a natural next step to best support the needs of our subscribers.”

If you are a Visual Studio subscriber and want to know more about Pluralsight, head over to this link.

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