An Open Thank You to PluralsightPosted: April 4, 2014 Filed under: Tid-bits, VMware | Tags: 2014 vexpert, it training, pluralsight, training, trainsignal, vexpert Leave a comment
This post is almost a year overdue. I apologize to Pluralsight and the company formerly known as Trainsignal (whom Pluralsight acquired last year – I’ll refer singly to Pluralsight for the remainder) for the lateness of this post.
Thank you. For the second year in a row, Pluralsight continued its over-the-top generosity by supplying those recognized as 2014 VMware vExperts with a free, yearly subscription to their immense IT and development training courses.
Thank you. For the second year in a row I was blessed to be recognized as a vExpert for my contributions to the vCommunity and I received Pluralsight’s complementary subscription.
Thank you. Many of us in IT know that our currency, the value to ourselves, our career, our clients and companies, is knowledge. We value knowledge to a high degree. Our livelihoods and those for which we work, to a large degree, rely on how well we know our craft. Pluralsight’s gift of a free year of their premium IT training is incredible. I value it so much because of the usefulness and success I’ve found with it. Training in IT is crucial if you want to stick around very long. One has to make it a priority if they want to succeed. Pluralsight’s gift is like handing an IT guy a link to success. Here you go – do great things.
Thank you. Pluralsight, I know you didn’t have to do this. It means a lot to me that you think highly enough of this group of evangelists to give freely of your time and efforts in producing the highest quality training.
Thank you. From a very grateful IT guy.