DISCLAIMER: Any views expressed in this episode are mine (Stephen Haunts) and not necessarily that of Pluralsight, any subsidiaries, investors or shareholders.
I have had a lot of questions about my work with Pluralsight and what the course authoring process looks like. The questions didn’t really fit the regular topic of this podcast, so I have put together this bonus episode to talk about what it’s like and the process of being a Pluralsight author. I hope you find it interesting.
Earlier in the year I did a live Pluralsight webinar to about 700 people talking about what a Blockchain is? Why you would want to use one? The differences between a Blockchain and a Database and other interesting facts about the technology.
The recording of that Webinar is now available to watch on YouTube.
If you are interested in learning more about Blockchain from either a high level executive briefing standpoint or more as a software developer and architect, then I have the following courses available at Pluralsight.
I have been very busy recently making new courses for Pluralsight and I am delighted to say I have just released two of them over the past week. The first course is called, Executive Briefing: State of Blockchain. This couse is a little different to the normal content on Pluralsight in that it is a short filmed course as opposed to screen casts and demos.
The idea of this course is to teach information to tech leaders and C level execs quickly as they won’t normally have time to sit and watch long courses. My course is all about blockchain where I talk about what it is, why you would need it, potential use cases. I also run through a matrix of questions about whether a blockchai is suitable for your company and the key differences between a blockchain and a database.
This course was good fun to produce as I had to setup all the lighting and camera myself aswell as record good audio. This is much harder than you think with getting the lighting right to reduce glare from the computer screen and my glasses. I am really pleased with the results though.
Asynchronous Messaging with RabbitMQ and EasyNetQ
The second course I have released this week is a more traditional Pluralsight course called, Asynchronous Messaging with RabbitMQ and EasyNetQ. This course is about the RabbitMQ messaging platform and how to use it with the EasyNetQ client library. The course is aimed at C# developers using .NET Core or the .NET Framework, and it will get them up and running and productive very quickly as it is very demo focused.
This course works as a great companion to my other course, RabbitMQ by Example, which builds up the same sample application scenario but using the much more complicated RabbitMQ client library. If you want to compare the default client library to the EasyNetQ client library, then both courses will give you that information. If you just want to make your life easier and go straight to EasyNetQ, then this course contains everything you need.