On Wednesday, 21 May 2014 at 23:04:10 UTC, Andrej Mitrovic wrote:
This trial experience is free of charge—at least for the first
ten days, with 200 minutes access to all our training courses.
After that, it will convert to a monthly paid subscription.
So what if you attempt to cancel your subscription but they
don't respond in time? It smells like snake oil to me.
The pluralsight's trial period is very restrictive when compared
That 200 minutes is not enough to watch the 5 hrs video tutorial
on D. So one has to get ready to shell out the $29 for a month so
that he/she can watch this and a ton of other useful stuff. That
is what I did and now hooked for good!
Anyway, hats off to Pluralsight for this course. They have 4,700
corporate customers and 340,000 users in over 125 countries. A
lot of them might notice D for the first time!
I wish this course is also listed under "Programming Languages"
just like the course on Go. Currently it is only under C++
Btw, If I remember correctly, it stopped working after the 200
minutes trial. I had to explicitly choose to start my real paid