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Pluralsight’s BizTalk Learning Path

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I am excited to be part of creating the “official” Pluralsight BizTalk Learning Path

This consists of just over 34 hours of hard core BizTalk training brought to you by Mall Milner, Mohamad Halabi, Dan Toomey, and I. 

Learning path course sequence:

BizTalk 2006 Fundamentals
Advanced BizTalk Server 2010
Intro to BizTalk Server 2013 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Toolkit
BizTalk Server 2013 from Ground Up: An End to End Scenario
What’s New in BizTalk Server 2013
Using Functoids in the BizTalk 2013 Mapper

Total - 34h 15m

So if you find yourself not being able to sleep at night or on 3 long 12 hour flights around the world, it is well worth the 34 hours to master your BizTalk skills

Remember: you can always watch Pluralsight courses in up to 2x speed.  That would cut the time down to almost 17 hours!

I still have a few no credit card required, 30-day unlimited free trial Pluralsight memberships available!   If interested, just fill out the form here

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    I am looking for a  career in BizTalk Server. Currently I am jobless and would like to search a job on BizTalk server as the  competition  is less compared to other windows technologies. It will be very helpful for me, if you can give free access to Pluralsight membership, as you have mentioned.

    I promise you,  not to share this  information or videos with  anybody.

    Thanking You,

    Your sincere student,


    Hyderabad, INDIA.

  • Awesome.. I worked on MS  BizTalk 2006 and then moved to IBM tech.. now coming back and i hope this is the right track.

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