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Pluralsight

Friday 19 August, 2005, 05:51 PM

I've taught various software development courses on a regular basis for the last few years. When I joined DevelopMentor around seven years ago, I was initially teaching COM courses, then there was a brief spell teaching Java courses before I moved on to .NET. At the beginning of this year, I chose to take a break from teaching. I had been teaching the same .NET courses for a long while and was starting to get a bit stale, and I was also getting a bit burned out from the travelling schedule. More importantly, some opportunities had arisen which were incompatible with my teaching schedule.

So I took break at the start of this year. (In case anyone who's reading this is happened to be on the Guerrilla .NET course I taught in March, that was on my schedule from way back. It's the only course I've taught this year.) Before long it became clear that I wasn't going to go back to DM.

Since then I've been able to work on a couple of Avalon (oh alright, WPF) projects that wouldn't really have fitted around the teaching. I've also cowritten a book which I'll be linking to just as soon as the official page appears. But I've been starting to find that I'm missing teaching.

So when my former colleagues invited me to join Pluralsight, I was enthusiastic both at the prospect of starting to teach again, and also of getting to work once more with these guys!

So I am now an instructor for Pluralsight.

As Fritz says, my focus will be (surprise!) Windows Presentation Foundation, or as I still can't help thinking of it, Avalon. I'm looking forward to it!

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