It's great if you only want to learn surface level concepts at a snail's pace.
> which alternatives will you recommend?
For some of the instructors, Pluralsight is their 'side gig' and offer additional consulting/training. For example, if you want to learn WPF, Billy Hollis is 'The Man' when it comes to WPF and UX.
I think Pluralsight has a 30 day free trial, so you could take a few courses for a spin and want to more in-depth training, you might be able to reach out to the instructor.
AlmondSauce987212dCertainly not a replacement for traditional in depth study, but it's also generally a lot better than the smattering of Youtube videos you can find on the topics otherwise. A lot of workplaces hand out licenses for free; definitely worth utilising as a resource in that case.
Well for somerhing similar there is frontend masters. They also have ezperienced programmers teaching you but it is mainly aimed at frontend development. There is some backend and some other stuff too but mainly frontend. I think it is good but I havent used it that much