Thanks to Scott Hanselman, John Sonmez, and Pluralsight, you can get a free week of Pluralsight video training.
But Pluralsight has so much content; where to begin?
- Since this is an AOP blog, obviously I'm going to recommend Donald Belcham's Aspect Oriented Programming in .NET. (Donald Belcham is a fellow Postsharp MVP).
- Speaking of fellow Postsharp MVP's, Dustin Davis's T4 Templates course is another good choice. T4 is a powerful tool, and even though code generation is sometimes blamed for some coding atrocities, there is a right way and wrong way to do it, and lots of great use-cases that can make your application easier to maintain.
- I've watched a few MVC Pluralsight courses from Scott Allen. And since I've been talking about MVC ActionFilters, I think it would also be worthwhile to watch ASP.NET MVC 3.0 Fundamentals.
Anything else you'd recommend at Pluralsight?