Pluralsight iOS App offers offline course viewing

I swapped my TrainSignal subscription over to Pluralsight over the weekend. Following the acquisition of TrainSignal last month, integration of their courseware into Pluralsight has moved along very quickly. As well as providing TrainSignal subscribers with access to Pluralsight's catalog of courses, the iOS app provides a piece of functionality that I've been waiting for – offline viewing on my iPad. Hooray!…

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New Book - VMware vSphere Design (2nd Edition)

Forbes Guthrie and Scott Lowe have been busy. I very much enjoyed the first edition of the VMware vSphere Design book and now the second edition is up on Amazon for download in Kindle format or pre-order for print copies. In this edition, there's also a chapter on vCloud design by Kendrick Coleman. Besides being a good read in and of itself, the first book was good to help with VCAP4-DCD preparation. I imagine that this edition will be equally useful for VCAP5-DCD preparation. I look forward to reading it. Well, I will when my copy shows up (family rule:…

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TrainSignal Moves to Online Subscription Model

The first ever TrainSignal course that I “took” was David Davis' VMware vSphere 4 training. I had heard lots about it from a few people on Twitter and several others in person and I wanted to use it to fill in a few gaps in readiness for my VCP4 exam. I've since been through a few other courses and they've all been great. What's changed between then and now is TrainSignal's transition from supplying only DVDs, through adding online access to purchased course, to finally switching to a subscription only model. It's a move that makes a great…

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