They are offering all of their courses free during April.
I’m thinking of taking up a course with all the extra free time I have at the moment, with the potential of maybe turn it into a career in the future.
Any recommendations on where to start? I have little to no programming skills.
It’s a really great site.
Programming isn’t my thing but i would recommend starting with some html, also have a look at freecodecamp.org
Their blog has great stuff , such as https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/2019-web-developer-roadmap/
It’s brilliant. I’m a software engineer and work give us a subscription to allow us to watch whatever we want. Very handy and goes right from basics up to advanced concepts and deep dives into new stuff too
Anyone have any recommendations for .net core - there are quite a few on pluralsight
This is a good starting point
“Building Cross-platform Applications with .NET Core” https://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/d342134b-24f1-455b-ad31-d8b51c1e6b6d
It’s kinda similar to udemy, except all the courses are pluralsight productions and tend to be a bit higher quality on average. Variety is lower than Udemy, though. Also, is a subscription instead of paying per-course.
To OP’s question: I like pluralsight a lot, although as a security engineer there’s relatively less there for me than for a developer.