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Pluralsight for MSDN Subscribers Worldwide

Back in June,  Pluralsight announced a special training benefit for MSDN designed to provide MSDN subscribers with access to 20 of their most popular courses.

Previously only available in the US, today they’re expanding this benefit to MSDN subscribers worldwide through December 11, 2012. Now you can access this benefit across the globe, regardless of location! See the notes below on who is eligible.

Based on our feedback, they’ve also worked with Microsoft to enhance this custom 12 month training subscription with several new Visual Studio 2012 courses.

The Pluralsight Starter Subscription for MSDN now contains 25 popular courses. The five new courses they added include:

  • Introduction to Visual Studio 2012 – Part 1
  • ALM with TFS 2012 Fundamentals
  • ALM for Developers with Visual Studio 2012
  • Microsoft Fakes Fundamentals
  • Intelllitrace

They’ve simply added these new titles to the original set of courses made available in June. If you’ve already taken advantage of this offer, you don’t have to do anything to get these – you’ll see the new courses show up in your account next time you login to Pluralsight.

 

 

 

To take advantage of this limited-time training benefit, redeem your Pluralsight Starter Subscription for MSDN by December 11, 2012:

Verify your MSDN subscription and register!

Feel free to download this PDF describing the benefit and email it to your friends and coworkers so they can take advantage of this offer too.

The Pluralsight Team hope we enjoy this MSDN training benefit!


Who is not eligible for this offer?

SharePoint 2010 Developer Roadmap Hands-On Lab Virtual Machine

Hey Guys,

If you are starting your career as SharePoint 2010 Developer, you should definitely complete the SharePoint 2010 Developer Training Course.

While learning the course, you might have seen SharePoint 2010 Developer Roadmap Hands-on Labs which talks about some doing hands-on on some Virtual Machines, but  no where is the refrence to where to find or how to use the VM.

Finally, I also found the labs which were designed to use the Information Worker Virtual Machine located here http://bit.ly/9ixFq3 on the MSDN download center.

Below is the video which will help understanding how to set up the Virtual Machines.

Setting Up a SharePoint Developer Virtual Machine

 

Thanks & Have Fun!!

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