I'm delighted to announce that I have joined the Pluralsight team, and I'll be creating content there from now on.
While I'm immensely proud of the body of work I've created over many years at lynda.com, it's time for the next chapter. It's a superb team, and we have fantastic plans for the next generation of professional learning.
I'm already cranking on my first couple of courses, and I'll post more as soon as we have an ETA.
I recently did a AMA (Ask Me Anything) on CareerDean.com, where I answer a bunch of questions on self-directed learning, teaching, dream jobs, book recommendations, upcoming courses...
Check it out here.
Ever wondered why we don't get a lot of programming reference manuals on audiobook? Here's the reason, illustrated with a reading from "The Swift Programming Language" document from Apple, section on "Metatype Types".