Oracle and Pluralsight Bring New Cloud Learning and Enablement Resources to Developers
March 01, 2017

Oracle announced a new collaboration with Pluralsight, a technology learning platform for software developers and Silver level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork.

Through the collaboration, developers will gain access to three new Oracle learning pathways on the Pluralsight platform including Oracle Cloud: Java Development, Oracle Cloud: Node.js Development and Oracle Cloud: IaaS Foundations. They will also be able to leverage two new Oracle Cloud courses including Oracle Cloud for Developers and Oracle Compute Cloud Service Foundations.

“Pluralsight has built a rich community and library of content that help developers take their skills to the next level,” said Damien Carey, SVP, Oracle University. “By expanding Pluralsight’s offering with new Oracle courses, we are providing increased opportunity for developers to learn valuable new skills and techniques to keep up with the latest and ever-changing demands of the software development world.”

Created by industry experts and curated by Pluralsight in collaboration with Oracle University, the Oracle learning pathways and new courses are available in English and will be delivered in all countries where Pluralsight is available. The new courses, designed to empower Oracle developers to advance their skillset, will be offered through Pluralsight’s existing subscription options.

“As the technology landscape evolves at a rapid pace, it’s critical for software developers to continually build their skillset to remain competitive and at the top of their game,” said Pluralsight co-founder and CEO, Aaron Skonnard. “We’re excited to team up with Oracle to activate their community of technology professionals with the tools they need to benchmark and master key skills and continue building next generation technology.”

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