Tuesday, August 20, 2013

More Pluralsight Courses Coming - What Topics Do You Want to See?

I've recently published 2 Pluralsight courses: one on C# Interfaces and one on the BackgroundWorker Component (also check my Pluralsight author page).

I'm working on more courses over the coming months. Currently in progress: Design Patterns On-Ramp. The goal of this course is to get comfortable with Design Patterns and see that we already use patterns everyday even if we don't realize it. This is a gentle introduction to get you ready for a deeper dive into the topic.

Be sure to check back; I'll post more information once this course is published.

What Topics Do You Want to See?
I have several slots to fill in my schedule. So what topics would you like to see me put into a Pluralsight course? Leave your suggestions in the comments, and I'll take them under consideration. In addition to a topic, try to include a specific angle. For example: "Design Patterns for the everyday developer".

I'm not an expert in everything, and topics that I speak and write about are technologies or principles that I've worked with in production code. In addition, the Pluralsight library is quite extensive; many topics are already covered. So don't be surprised if your topic is not selected; it's nothing personal.

I'm looking forward to hearing your suggestions.

Happy Coding!


  1. Everything about C# and good practices could be useful. For example, a detailed course on C# exception (how use them and so on).

  2. After the design patterns, would be great to have a series on how to refactor using patterns. Could be something based on the book Refactoring to Patterns.

    Other one, could be how start to do TDD in some Project that doesnt have tests right now.


  3. Another idea could be an entire course on ASP.NET GridView control (for Web Forms). It's a very powerful control, with a lot of personalizations. Used in a lot of applications.

  4. Hi,
    I was listening to your C# Interfaces session at pluralsight. I must admit after spending years in trying to get to the dot understanding about interfaces happened after listening to your session. Very informative, detailed explanation with best clarity. I would like to get detailed sessions on Dependency Injection and Mock from you.

    Thanks a lot

  5. Thanks, everyone, for your suggestions.

    I've just started a course called "Dependency Injection On-Ramp" which is an introduction to Dependency Injection that focuses on practical examples in code.

    Keep the suggestions coming. I'm planning more courses after this one, and I'm looking for topics to fill up my schedule.


  6. How about a course on CQRS or using domain driven development?