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Day 74: Pluralsight

Many have suggested Pluralsight for learning C#, but there’s only a 10 day trial period followed by a $35USD monthly subscription.

However, if you have a Microsoft Live account and sign up at, you can activate a 30 day trial to Pluralsight.

I can get a lot of learning done in a month. I’ve downloaded the .NET Core SDK so I can follow along with the tutorial.

Current Progress Status

  • Tower Defense Tutorial: 68/73
  • C# The Yellow Book (pg 127/216)



Author: Mike@PAUSED

Aspiring indie game developer. Devlog:

3 thoughts on “Day 74: Pluralsight”

  1. I’m gonna nudge you a bit. So a few days ago you wrote Not By Reading Alone. Can you write a program that does this? There are solutions online, however I learned this one fairly early in my programmer life – read before the days of the Internet. 🙂

    Digit Reversal Sums Leading to Palindromes
    Take a number, 1742 and reverse it, 2471. Sum them together, 4213. See if the sum is a palindrome (read the same forward and backward, i.e., 1221). If yes then great. If not, repeat until 1000 iterations or until it is.

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  2. A great course for learning C# for Unity is the following:

    “Complete C# Unity Developer 3D: Learn to Code Making Games”

    Which is available on the Udemy teaching platform. It is often available to buy for just $9.99. If it is full price, wait for a sale, which is usually run at least once or twice every month.

    It’s a fun course and goes in depth teaching you how to do different types of coding using C#

    Good luck with the game design


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