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Free 72-hour access to top design tutorials

If you fancy teaching yourself some new creative skills for free, act quickly. Pluralsight (opens in new tab) has thrown opened its entire online library of lessons and made them free to access for 72 hours (opens in new tab).

In all, there are 4,000 course to enroll on. The huge menu of topics includes VFX, CAD, HTML, Photoshop, Maya, Nuke and V-Ray. There's also a huge selection of interactive sessions exploring programming languages.

The offer has been launched to celebrate Pluralsight's purchase of Code School (opens in new tab) the highly rated online coding academy (opens in new tab).

Mergers and acquisitions

Through acquisition, the deal brings together several libraries of digital lessons. These include buyouts of Smartere, Digital-Tutors, and, most recently, Code School.

Code School's service won't change following its acquisition by Pluralsight

Code School's service won't change following its acquisition by Pluralsight

The deal valued Code School at $36 million. If you're a member of Code School, and worried the move might mean changes to the site's service, don't worry. In a blog, the Code School team explained that's business as usual.

Words: Martin Cooper

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