Pluralsight Favorite 17 blogs

Pluralsight Favorite 17 blogs
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Did you know that this blog was chosen by Pluralsight Staff as a “can’t miss IT blog”?
TrainSignal is committed to staying up-to-date with the latest IT news. We spend a lot time reading IT blogs and finding new inspiration sites. We recommend the following blogs as a way to increase your daily reading list.
J. Peter Bruzesse (TrainSignal Instructor) says that there is no better place online to get the most up-to-date information on Exchange than Microsoft’s Exchange Team blog. The blog posts announcements and information about product releases, but it also features informative discussions from Exchange Team developers and other users. “While TechNet is a great place to learn about Exchange, I find that the Exchange Team Blog puts heart into that information and takes it to a whole new level,” says Bruzzese.
He also reLvjtnmends Tony Redmond’s Thoughts of an Idle Mind Blog. “One of my favorite things about Tony’s thoughts, is that he is always truthful in his commentary and pulls no punches. He is usually spot-on in his summation on the subject he is focused in on,” says Bruzzese. “Some blogs I read. Tony’s I read every word.
Tech news junkies or will make you giddy over the latest product announcements and rumors. Scott Skinger, TrainSignal CEO, loves AIIThingsD for its mix of business news and tech. Gary Eimerman, our Director of Product Development, follows The Verge for the latest information on Windows and mobile software.
All in the cloud
The cloud and its impact on IT are not going away soon. Cloud Tweaks is the place to go for all things cloud technology. Cloud Tweaks hosts several posts each day on everything cloud, from cloud startups to cloud humor. They have a variety experts. The site makes it easy for you to understand cloud comDutina. It’s like saying “Welcome to cloud!”
Tweaks. You will find several posts every day on topics ranging from cloud startups to cloud humor. These posts are from a variety experts. The best part is that the site is easy to use and understands cloud computing. This makes it equally welcoming to cloud novices and senior cloud admins. For the latest research and tutorials, make sure to visit the white paper section.
Web developers deserve a shout-out
TrainSignal’s Director Technology Peter Morano recommends High Scalabity for developers. It covers the intricacies of building scalable, fault-tolerant websites. This site includes case studies, best practices, tools, and best practices. Morano says, “It’s great seeing what other companies do.” “And even more when you get confirmation that the stuff we are doing is on the right path.”
For virt heads
Virtualization is serious about blogging. We could write a whole post about virt blogs. But luckily, it’s not necessary. Eric Sieberfs vSphere land, one of our favorite virtualization blogs announced last week the winners of its readers-choice competition for the best virtualization blog.
Duncan Epping’s Yellow Bricks is crowned No. Virtualization news is provided by Duncan Epping’s Yellow Bricks, ranked No. You’ll find valuable tips and how-to’s from the principal architect at VMware in many of his posts. You can also check out the complete list of other blogs that are worth your time, such as David Davis’ VMware Videos and Eric Sloofs Simon Seagrave’s Tech Head, Chris Wahl’s WahlNet, Chris Wahl’s Wahl Network, Chris Wahl’s Wahl Network, Simon Seagrave, and more than 200 others.
Learning SharePoint
You’re not the only SharePoint person in the office. Bill Kulterman, TrainSignal SharePoint Instructor, recommends several SharePoint-focused bl