Free 3 months subscription to Pluralsight also free 2 months to linux academy
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Free 3 months subscription to Pluralsight also free 2 months to linux academy

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Found 5th Oct
First signup for a microsoft account, then go to this page here and click join or access now and go to your email and wait for the activation email sent by the microsft to activate the membership. After receving the email activate membership by clicing on button or link in email, then you get some cool things for free. among them there will be pluralsight , linuxacademy etc subscriptions. click on activate then you will be taken to a pluralight page. just give name and email. thats it saved me 50 quids

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Just wanted to add that you will not have access to Cloud Servers and course labs on LA.... Only available for paid subscribers (currently paying USD15.00/mths).... You can setup your test servers locally or use vagrant to get pre-conf servers....
HTH

spitfire515 h, 33 m ago

Just wanted to add that you will not have access to Cloud Servers and …Just wanted to add that you will not have access to Cloud Servers and course labs on LA.... Only available for paid subscribers (currently paying USD15.00/mths).... You can setup your test servers locally or use vagrant to get pre-conf servers....HTH

Hinnate how are you able to pay $15 a month?

Our work has just implemented this but otherwise a great deal nonethless!

Pluralsight used to offer a 6 months trial with a Visual Studio account but this is still a great deal. Heat from me.

There are some decent courses on Pluralsight and I like the interface.

Besides, VS Code is an awesome code editor. I've switched over from Atom.

thanks!

we use Pluralsight at work and it's pretty good.

The Android app is quite good, you can play back to a Chromecast (sadly, you don't appear to be able to speed up the playback like you can in the web browser playback).

We have Plurasight at our work for all our technical staff (developers, testers) and its really good. The collection of tutorials and guides are really extensive and well made. I'd recommend this for free for sure.

tonik7 h, 26 m ago

Pluralsight used to offer a 6 months trial with a Visual Studio account …Pluralsight used to offer a 6 months trial with a Visual Studio account but this is still a great deal. Heat from me.There are some decent courses on Pluralsight and I like the interface.Besides, VS Code is an awesome code editor. I've switched over from Atom.


Used to? Have they stopped?

Comes with that too:

  • WintellectNOW (3-month subscription)

They have good courses

Maybe ask your employer if they have this already.

We got loads of PluralSight logins with our MSDN accounts

Shard2 h, 18 m ago

Used to? Have they stopped?



I think so. I've only seen 3 month trials recently.

The PluralSights trial that came with VS2017 was only 3 months

Membership for Linux Academy by signing up for a Micro$oft account?..."Use this junk spyware OS until you have enough knowledge to upgrade"

It looks like Pluralsight has been removed from the benefits, for me it certainly has. Disappointed, as this is the primary reason I went for this:


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Oh well...

roloboy5th Oct

Hinnate how are you able to pay $15 a month?



get in touch with them and explain that you are a bit skint at the moment ;-)

Brownstone17th Oct

It looks like Pluralsight has been removed from the benefits, for me it …It looks like Pluralsight has been removed from the benefits, for me it certainly has. Disappointed, as this is the primary reason I went for this:[Image] Oh well...



same on my VS account

I didn't get an email

normsland22nd Oct

Same here! Doh!


same , can somebody let me know if they get any solution to this problem.
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