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How to get a free six-month subscription to Pluralsight

Pluralsight is one of the best places on the web to learn programming from videos. Absolutely a beginner or a professional looking for new coding skills? One of the videos of Pluuralsight will meet your needs.pluralsight

The site features video for almost all programming languages ​​from Javascript, PHP, Java, and AngularJS to React (see the full list).

But it's a subscription service that charges 30 a month to access its entire video library.

But let's look at the interesting part. Because you are readers of iGuRu.gr and because you like programming, let's see what you can do to get free access to all videos for six whole months ....

Let's see how:

If you join Microsoft's Visual Studio program, which is also free, you will automatically receive a free subscription to the entire PluralSight library for 6 months.

Best of all? No credit card details required.

Activate your subscription to Fullersight in one minute:

go to signup.live.com to create a new Microsoft account. If you already have an account, skip the step above.
go to my.visualstudio.com and log in to the Microsoft account you created.
This will open the page Visual Studio Dev Essentials. Here you can choose Floresight and click on Get Code.

You will automatically be taken to the Fluralsight page to activate a subscription of 6 months.

That's it. Your subscription will be active for 6 months from the day you activated it. Pluralsight features iPhone and Android apps so you can watch videos wherever you are. You can also download videos to watch them offline.



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