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Not sure if anyone is as anxious about the state of the world as I am, but I'm a little freaked out. I don't have any medical skills and am already isolating myself in place (with my wonderful wife). So I don't feel like there is much I can do to help.
I had an idea last week to discount my Bootstrap 4, but it still didn't feel like enough. So instead, I've decided to open all my personal course (not the Pluralight courses) for free until this all blows over. If you're home waiting for something to do, you can go watch any of these courses completely free.
You do not need to register, or anything, just visit the course and all the videos are available as ‘previews’. You will be able to take the entire course without even giving me any personal information! The courses include:
In case you haven't been following on Twitter, you might not know that I've been working on a Vue course for a couple of months now. This particular course is now available as an Early Access model I'm trying out.
Instead of waiting and releasing the whole course, I'm publishing the course module-by-module. The idea is that Early Access gives you access to each module as I finish them.
This course is my first try at this. Because Early Access means students will be something like the Beta testers for the course, I can release the course at a discount. So far I've been able to release the first six modules and I'm pretty happy with how the course is coming along.
I’m really excited to announce that my popular Pluralsight course on ASP.NET Core has been updated to RTM. It’s been a long slog to update and I apologize for the delay but it’s ready now.
The course is so different from the earlier builds, that we’ve decided to retire the older course and create a complete fresh course. Over 60% of the videos had to be updated and the entire set of example code had to be changed too.
Luckily we’ve reached the RTM milestone so that we can finally depend on the APIs not being changed. The ASP.NET Core tooling is only at Preview 2 so we will be making minor changes to the course as the tooling is updated.
If you’re interesting learning how the new Web API 2 works, you’ll be happy to hear that my popular Pluralsight course “Implementing an API using ASP.NET Web API” now has a new module that shows you how to use the new features in Web API 2!
The Web API 2 features that I cover include: