As I began to relaunch my website, I looked back at a few of the old training articles I had written and wondered if I should start developing more extensive training programs.
Udemy and Lynda were both sites that I have used in the past and thought delivered outstanding training, but Pluralsight was the one that stood out as creating an innovative platform for both authors and students.
Since I was spending time investigating Pluralsight, I thought it would be interesting to take some of their skills evaluations and see where I placed. These are my results:
My full Pluralsight profile and results can be found here.
One of the reasons I chose Pluralsight as the platform to deliver training, is the ability to provide on demand mentorship through HackHands. I have been accepted as a mentor and can be requested directly from my mentor profile page.