Code School has differentiated itself as a fun, efficient, hands-on way to learn, offering introductory to advanced courses that are really effective. Together we will continue to help professionals remain relevant and ensure businesses stay on top of the latest trends and technologies

Pluralsight has acquired Code School, a popular learn-to-code platform, for $36 million. With the purchase, Pluralsight can now offer coders an all-encompassing learning experience, from entry level courses all the way to advanced.

“We recognize there are numerous ways to learn and are committed to bringing new learning styles to the Pluralsight family of products,” Pluralsight CEO Aaron Skonnard said in a press release. “Code School has differentiated itself as a fun, efficient, hands-on way to learn, offering introductory to advanced courses that are really effective. Together we will continue to help professionals remain relevant and ensure businesses stay on top of the latest trends and technologies.”

For those who have followed Pluralsight’s recent string of acquisitions — Smarterer, Digital-Tutors — Code School represents the next step in building a rock-solid foundation for new learners and experienced coders alike.

To celebrate the continuing rise of Pluralsight as one of the world’s premier online learning platforms, Pluralsight and Code School are opening their libraries for free for 72 hours to students who register between January 26–30.

Published 1/26/2015