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Discussion on: Pluralsight or Codecademy? Which one Devs should use to learn the latest Tech skills?

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Ana Knickerbocker

I’ve personally enjoyed Frontend Masters more than any other platform. If you participate in a live workshop, you’re able to ask the instructor questions. Since it is filmed in front of a live audience, there are a lot of really good questions asked/answered during the course.

Additionally, there are always hands-on activities throughout every course.

I’m not affiliated with FM, I’ve watched 7 or 8 of their courses (2 of those in-person), and they’ve all been extremely valuable.

frontendmasters.com/

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I have checked frontend masters and yes, they are awesome, quality of course and filming makes you watch them without switching too much. It's a great platform if you are learning frontend skills, but they don't have much for others, that's the biggest limitation in my opinion.

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Ana Knickerbocker

I absolutely agree with you!

They’ve been doing a lot more backend stuff, and there are a couple cloud and security videos.

Marc, the owner, is great about responding to messages regarding suggestions. Let him know if there are topics you want covered. I’ve been asking him to do more around Cyber Security, so maybe if more people express interest, he’ll have incentive!

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That's great to hear, maybe they could add some for JAva developers like on Spring Boot, Spring Cloud and DevOps tooling like Docker, Kubernetes.