Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Pluralsight "Skill IQ" + Stack Overflow "Developer Story"

Pluralsight and Stack Overflow Partner to Help Developers Assess Their Technology Skills | Pluralsight

"Pluralsight, the enterprise technology learning company, today announced a partnership with Stack Overflow to provide developers with the tools they need to grow their skills, share their knowledge, and build more successful careers. Through the partnership, developers can showcase their experience, career highlights and technology expertise by displaying their Pluralsight IQ on their Stack Overflow Developer Story."

Get your Skill IQ

"In as little as five minutes and 20 questions, you can identify your knowledge gaps and strengths with our skill assessments.
Your results tell you where to start within a learning path, so you can develop the skills you need most and not waste time on what you already know."

Developer Story - Stack Overflow

"When Stack Overflow launched, it gave developers a better way to find answers. Your Developer Story gives you a better way to find a job you love based on what you can do, not just where you worked."

Microsoft Azure Technical Sales = Growth

How Microsoft Revolutionized Its Sales Team--Plus 9 More Insights From CFO Amy Hood @ Forbes

"In the wake of Microsoft's 56% commercial-cloud revenue growth in its just-completed quarter, some recent public comments from executive vice-president and CFO Amy Hood offer remarkable insights into why everything in Redmond seems to be humming along beautifully these days."

"Microsoft's booming cloud growth follows its decision to
invest heavily in hiring technically sophisticated salespeople."

  1. "New-Age Salespeople: Capable Of Writing Shippable Microsoft Code"
"They're not paid on selling a contract of Azure—so not on bookings—but rather as customers are successful, meaning they get projects up and running, the meter starts spinning on Azure, and that's when they get rewarded."