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Learn how to make .NET applications even faster by reducing GC pressure, using SIMD instructions, optimizing for CPU utilization, and using .NET optimization technologies.
Create immutable infrastructure without the headaches! In this course, you’ll learn to create images that are reusable, make scaling architecture easy, and run everywhere with Packer.
Get the most out of Git by exploring its lesser-known features to take your daily workflow to the next level. This course teaches you how to find a good workflow, track commits, and even debug.
If you’re using data, you could be causing harm with the approach you’ve been taught for analyzing data. This course teaches you the truth about how to analyze data correctly so that you can gain valid insights and make powerful, accurate.
Metaprogramming means a better application, faster. This course covers the fundamentals that you can use in any language and on any platform.
Get started with React, React Router, and Flux by building a data-driven application that manages Pluralsight course data. This course uses a modern client-side development stack including create-react-app, Node, Webpack, Babel, and Bootstrap.
Learn the React way to build rich interactive UIs using both class and function components with React Hooks, and build a game for kids with it.
Interested in React? This course explores why React is worth considering, tradeoffs to consider, and reasons React may, or may not be the right fit for you.
React is a high-performance, reactive UI library for client-side web applications.
Understanding CSS positioning can be tricky, especially for beginners to CSS. Software required: Brackets, Google Chrome.
This course introduces you to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
This course will show you how to write clean, maintainable, and testable code, and how to keep that code great using defensive coding techniques.
The second part of the C# Language Internals course continues our journey of the inner workings of the C# programming language and the CLR.
C# Language Internals is designed to give you a deeper understanding of the C# programming language and the CLR.
Short-circuit your learning of C# with more handy C# and .NET features.
Short-circuit your learning of C# with this smorgasbord of handy C# and .NET features.
Learn how to get started with Asynchronous Programming in .NET.
Learn how to use concurrent collections in multithreaded code! This course will teach you the correct use of ConcurrentDictionary, as well as introducing you to producer-consumer scenarios and the blocking collection.
Learn how to use Docker Swarm to manage Docker at scale, a new challenge for any IT professional. This course will teach you how to build and secure clusters, how to build an infrastructure for Swarm deployment, and how other technologies use Swarm.
Covering how and why to unit test, examples and potential pitfalls, this course leads the SQL developer through using an open source framework to add unit tests to existing as well as new database developments.
This hands-on course walks through the process of integrating a Dockerized app into a DevOps style automated workflow that includes Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) elements. The course will include configuring Docker Hub.
This course will teach you the Angular fundamentals required to create testable, MVC-style single page applications with AngularJS.
Looking to effectively and securely build and administrate Docker images? This course will introduce you to the tools, with a particular focus on learning to host your own private image repository using the open source Docker Registry.
This course will get learners quickly up to speed with the fundamentals of Docker and containers. The course includes major new features introduced in Docker 1.12, including Swarm mode, services, and stacks.
Test first development techniques and practices with C#, Visual Studio, and NUnit
This course will help you learn all of the major language features in the latest versions of TypeScript.
Containers are taking the world by storm. It teaches you everything you need to know to get started in the world of Docker and containers.
Coding practices to avoid or replace that can and will have an immediate impact on performance in your Entity Framework applications.
This course covers all aspects of passwords and their implications and impact on authentication.
Get up to speed with all of the big picture stuff regarding containers and Docker, so that you and your organization are prepared to thrive in a world full of containers.