New Pluralsight Courses for Visual Studio Subscribers Coming in July 2016

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We’re refreshing the Pluralsight course list for Visual Studio subscribers on July 1, 2016!

As you may know, Pluralsight is a benefit included with your Visual Studio (MSDN) Subscription. They are a global leader in high-quality online training for developers. Pluralsight provides on-demand access to rich collection of expert-led courses, training exercises, and more.

For Visual Studio subscribers, we periodically update the course selection based on subscriber demand to bring you fresh and relevant courses on a wide range of subjects from Azure to Machine Learning.

This means that some of the current courses will be removed to make room for the new ones. If you’re interested in any of the current courses, we recommend you to take them before June 30, 2016. If you haven’t activated your Pluralsight benefit, go to your subscription portal now. Here is a list of courses we will be removing after June 30th and the new courses we will be adding in place of them.

Visual Studio Professional, Test Pro, Enterprise and MSDN Platforms subscriptions:

Courses added:

Courses removed:

Visual Studio Enterprise and MSDN Platforms subscriptions only:

Courses added:

Courses removed:

Pluralsight is one of the many benefits for Visual Studio subscribers. To see the complete list or to buy a subscription, go to the Visual Studio Subscriber Benefits page.


Shawn Nandi, Senior Director – Developer Programs, Partnerships and PlanningShawn drives partnerships and planning for the developer business at Microsoft as well as product management for Visual Studio developer programs and subscriptions.


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