My C# Interfaces course launched on Pluralsight last week. The interest in the course has been much higher than I expected. And today, it's showing up at the top of the leaderboard (at least for now):
You can see the live list here: Pluralsight Top 100 Leaderboard.
The most exciting part of this is how many people are getting benefits from my course. For those of you who've seen me speak in person, you know that I really love to share information with other developers. What really drives me forward is when I get an email from a dev who tells me that he/she was able to make use of something learned from one of my presentations. It's also great to get an email from someone on the other side of the world who was able to use one of my articles.
I'm focused on helping developers take a step up. So, it's very cool to be able to reach so many developers through a single source.
I'm available to help you. If you're looking for training (single day, multi-day, or ongoing) or for someone to speak at an event such as a "Lunch & Learn", user group, or developer conference, contact me through my website.
Check It Out
If you haven't taken a look at Pluralsight, spend a little time and look through their catalog. There are hundreds of courses on all different technologies. If you just browse the categories, you'll see a huge variety to choose from.
Everyone learns best in different ways. Books are my preferred way of learning. But some people like blog articles, some people like trial-and-error experimentation, some people like videos, some people like live demos, and some people like one-on-one training. If you are a "video" or "live demo" person, Pluralsight is a great resource. They offer a 10 day free trial, and this gives you a chance to check out the quality of the courses for yourself.
More to Come
I'm currently working on my next course about one of my favorite things: the BackgroundWorker Component. It's a great little tool that's easy to work with. And even though some people say that it's no longer necessary, it definitely still has its place.
So, stay tuned. There's definitely more to come.