Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Hey Microsoft MVP’s, pluralsight has got a great deal for you! A complimentary 1-Year Standard subscription to the entire Pluralsight On-Demand training library

pluralsight - pluralsight announces free on-demand! training for all microsoft mvps

“Pluralsight will provide each Microsoft® MVP with a complimentary 1-Year Standard subscription to the entire Pluralsight On-Demand! training library. We are rolling this campaign out at the upcoming 2010   Microsoft MVP Global Summit in Bellevue on Monday, February 15. MVPs can get hooked up with the 1-Year Standard subscription at the Party with Palermo - MVP Summit 2010 edition, so make you sure you  register to attend here: We'll also be raffling a Zune HD pre-loaded by yours truly, with Pluralsight On-Demand! content. If you can't make it to the party, be sure to find Aaron Skonnard, Keith Brown, David Starr, Scott Allen or Jon Fancey at the summit. They'll be able to hook you up with the goods, as well. If you aren’t attending the MVP Summit 2010, email me for details.

Additionally, Pluralsight will provide MVPs who participate in the offering activation codes for 5-day Standard trials to distribute to their colleagues and peers upon request. 


The Pluralsight Microsoft® MVP Program is available to all current Microsoft® MVPs.


While I’m in no way associated, linked, connected, etc, etc, with pluralsight when I saw this I said to myself, “Wow, that’s fricken smart!” I mean what a great way to introduce a wide and influential audience to their product, generate good will, would incur little extra cost or lost revenue yet have a possible big upside. Damn smart.

If you’re a Microsoft MVP then this is a deal that you just can’t pass up. Becoming a MS MVP has been a dream of mine for years, I hope offers like this are still around if ever have the honor of earning it…

Plus I love the whole Zune HD preloaded with content angle. I’ve been saying for years that this is something Microsoft should do for its major conferences (give away Zune’s, provide means to hook a user’s selected sessions to auto-download as podcasts when the session’s video become available, yada, yada…)

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