Pluralsight is offering access to its entire library to new users for free. Its library consists of around 7000+ technology courses. The offer is valid for April 2020.
Aaron Skonnard, co-founder and CEO of Pluralsight, announced the news on Twitter via a video clip. All new users can access any course for free without providing credit card details.
CEO Aaron Skonnard also addressed people and said that he is excited to see what people will learn and how they will use the opportunity.
We’re all in this together. We're making all of our 7,000+ expert-led video courses FREE for the entire month of April. No catches, no credit card required. https://t.co/S5NVzlWOBZ #FreeApril #StayHome pic.twitter.com/l8X6qWEzLD
— Pluralsight (@pluralsight) April 2, 2020
How to Use Pluralsight?
- All a user needs to do is visit the official website of Pluralsight
- Register yourself on the website
- After that, you will get a mail with a link to set up a password
- A new window will open up in which you have to create and finalize the password
- Next, hit the save button.
- You will be redirected to a new window where you need to enter your login details
- Now, you are ready to find the course you want to pursue and hone your skills during the Coronavirus lockdown period.
All the eligible users can use Pluralsight to learn more about topics such as IT ops, software development, cybersecurity, and machine learning. Pluralsight can also help the people who were looking for free courses to learn Premiere Pro, After Effects, and other software to enhance their creativity.
Previously, tech giant Apple also announced a 90-day free trial for both its editing software Final Cut Pro X and the music production software Logic Pro X. Apple extended the 30-day trial period to encouraged people to stay at home at the time of lockdown in their respective countries.