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Latest Episodes

January 26, 2021

065 - Discussing the SolarWinds attack with Aaron Rosenmund

Pluralsight author and cybersecurity professional Aaron Rosenmund talks all about the SolarWinds supply chain attack. He explains how it happened, what the response has been and what lessons can be learned.

January 19, 2021

064 - Scott Hanselman talks teaching, presenting, and more

Pluralsight author Barry Luijbregts speaks with developer Scott Hanselman about becoming an impactful teacher, the importance of humor in presenting, and much more.

January 12, 2021

063 - Jeff Hicks talks Powershell

Jeremy speaks with Pluralsight author and Microsoft MVP Jeff Hicks about Powershell, DevOps and skill development.

January 5, 2021

062 - Highlights from our most popular episodes

With the arrival of a new year, we wanted to take the opportunity to look back. This episode brings together a collection of clips from five of our most popular guests: Scott Allen, Kelsey Hightower, Deborah Kurata, Troy Hunt and Filip Ekberg.

December 29, 2020

061 - Discussing DevOps and Elastic Stack with Mike Place

Today's episode is a conversation between Jeremy Morgan and Mike Place. Mike is a Senior Engineer on the Elastic developer productivity team, and former lead on the Salt Open project.

December 22, 2020

060 - The state of JavaScript

We bring you the audio from our recent state of JavaScript panel with Pluralsight authors John Papa, Joe Eames and Jeremy Morgan.

December 15, 2020

059 - Reframing your engineering org with Scott Lewis

We speak with Scott Lewis, who's VP of Engineering at APiO. He discusses the importance of taking care of technology teams, how to optimize team structure and the process of identifying new business opportunities brought by disruption.

December 8, 2020

058 - React Native development with Jennifer Robison

Jeremy speaks with Jennifer Robison (Director Of Engineering at Echobind) about React Native, Agile, and career development.

December 1, 2020

057 - 25 years of JavaScript

With JavaScript turning 25 years old this month, Jeremy Morgan provides a look back at the language's fascinating history.

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