Don't forget why you got into it. More than 2,000,000 learners have watched his content on Pluralsight alone. RIP.
He went from sharing his knowledge in front of a live audience to sharing with global audiences behind his computer screen, and his confidence soared. No concept too challenging to explain. Scott admitted teaching didn't come naturally to him at first. I've taken some of his classes. Very sad and shocked to find out about this. With our technology skills platform, companies can upskill teams and increase engineering impact. Building a Go Web API with the New Digital Ocean App Platform, The (Free) Tech Conference You Must Check Out Today. Very sad to hear of the passing of Scott Allen. He was with us at our first-ever Author Summit in my basement. He even earned the title of the world’s first millionaire online teacher, but helping the community was always his priority. He was soft-spoken, which meant that when he did speak, you listened. I encourage you to share them as comments on this post, so we can all celebrate his life and heal together.
Imagine your student is sitting right next to you as you speak into the microphone.
Jay Fretz officiating, at Minnich Funeral Home, 415 E. Wilson Blvd., Hagerstown, MD 21740. I loved his .NET courses. This is sad news.
He showed how you could become a titan in an industry without sacrificing others or acting superior. I'm sad to hear of his passing.
Very sad to hear that K Scott Allen, aka .
There was no question too simple for him to answer. Sad stuff. I mean he just had a post last week about how happy he was to be using binary literals in a real life situation.
This hurts! K. Scott Allen, 50, of Hagerstown, MD, passed away at his home on Friday, January 10, 2020.Born June 11, 1969, he was the son of the late Frank Bowman and Jane Eileen (Bowers) Allen.Scott graduated from South Hagerstown High School, Hagerstown Community College, Shepherd University with a Bachelor’s degree, and Shippensburg University with a Masters Degree.He was the CTO of Medisolv in Columbia, … Scott dedicated much of his life to helping others gain the technology skills they need to make a difference in their own lives and in the world. Teaching has always been a passion of mine. Rest In peace Scott Allen. Your impact still remain. RIP Scott, thank you for introducing me to the web with ASP.NET MVC. RIP. What we do know is that people around the world looked up to Scott, who sadly passed away this weekend, and his legacy will live on for years to come. The burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery.The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 from 6 to 8pm.In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Brooks House, 17670 Technology Blvd., Hagerstown, MD 21740. Since his passing, we’ve received dozens of messages from people around the world about how Scott impacted their careers.
I can't say I knew Scott that well, but I would guess his impact on the world around him went farther than professional success. Rest in peace, Scott. When you heard those words, in that voice, you knew you were about to learn something and have fun doing it. His writing was brilliant, and we asked him to audition to become a Pluralsight instructor when we were still teaching .NET courses in the classroom. Born June 11, 1969, he was the son of the late Frank Bowman and Jane Eileen (Bowers) Allen.
And he was at every Pluralsight LIVE, sharing his wisdom with standing-room-only audiences. I loved his videos.
https://odetocode.com/blogs/scott/archive/2020/01/08/beautiful-binary-literals.aspx. Interested in trying Pluralsight? RIP. This is such a great post Jeremy. They didn't say. May be some posts were already scheduled? He said, "Hey nice to meet you, do you want to join me for lunch?". Scott went on to become Pluralsight’s top-performing author of all time. Templates let you quickly answer FAQs or store snippets for re-use.
K. Scott Allen, 50, of Hagerstown, MD, passed away at his home on Friday, January 10, 2020.
While running from one spot to the next, I bumped into Scott near the entrance to the courtyard and introduced myself. And he thrived. When I first started using Pluralsight, I tried a few videos and they were good and then I discovered Scott courses and I because a Pluralsight fan - telling people how great the courses were. For the longest time, my vision of an "instructor" was the professors I had in school. He was a great teacher. Wow that sucks he was by far my favorite teacher. He needed a snowplow to find his snowplow, he told me, laughing.
I write about .NET, DevOps, and Linux mostly. He will definitely be missed. Over the years, I've never seen him bashing others, punching down, or doing anything other than being kind and gracious. He was also a Microsoft MVP regional manager.Scott was a member of Beaver Creek Country Club.He is survived by his wife, Vicky (Heller) Allen; two sons, Alex and Christopher Allen; sister, Joy Allen; and niece Sarah Hose.The funeral service will be held 1pm on Wednesday, January 15, 2020, with Rev. He was a truly kind and generous person who will be missed. A champion of Pluralsight from the very beginning. The best way we can honor Scott is to be more like Scott. Absolutely shocked to hear this.
This is so unexpected. Built on Forem — the open source software that powers DEV and other inclusive communities. This was obvious by the tremendous impact he was making. Wow, very unfortunate. He eagerly anticipated that first snow, and when it came, the snowplow was covered so bad he couldn't get to it. Loud, energetic, and often brimming with ego. Over the last decade, Scott authored 54 courses and over 3,000 video clips.
There aren't many instructors like Scott around(with all the respect to the instructors world wide, but this is my biased opinion. Born June 11, 1969, he was the son of the late Frank Bowman and Jane Eileen (Bowers) Allen. You're here to teach. I owe a lot to him, migrating from vb.net to c# just when I was learning to code was a little hard to me, but I was lucky to have such a good teacher. With him we have lost a person with incredibly good pedagogical skills. Scott, through his Pluralsight videos, made a huge impression on me. I once took on a project which I struggled with. I was a software engineer learning a whole new language and framework, and he brought it into clear focus for me. At that time, he became a founding member of our author team. I'm saddened by the loss of K. Scott Allen (.
His unique style of teaching as well as his clear distinctive voice, made for a great instructor. He also shared his knowledge through his popular blog, books and podcasting, consulting work, conference appearances and social media presence. Man, I have watched so many of his videos. And I'm sure that his teachings will remain making this world a better place for many years to come.
I've never had the hounour to meet him in person, unfortunately, but his contributions to the community are his legacy to the rest of us. His teaching style was perfect for me. Taking Scott's courses changed my mind. If you ever had the pleasure of meeting Scott, you know how kind, humble and gracious he was. I learn a lot with him,very sad that he passed away ,he was a great teacher, may his soul rest in peace :(. We may never know just how many people got into coding, took a leap in their career or were inspired to become a Pluralsight author because of Scott Allen. I will miss him very much as a teacher, he was really TOP. Let's do more to build up those around us. He treated me like an equal. Very sad. Words nobody would use to describe me. I know many of you have your own memories of Scott. He might have passed on, but his teachings stay with us and many more in the future. My skills and knowledge flourished so much I was mentoring folks on C# in a little over a year. He worked hard. It's a terrible loss especially for his family.
K Scott Allen was the reason I started my subscription to PS a few years ago. K. Scott Allen, 50, of Hagerstown, MD, passed away at his home on Friday, January 10, 2020.Born June 11, 1969, he was the son of the late Frank Bowman and Jane Eileen (Bowers) Allen.Scott graduated from South Hagerstown High School, Hagerstown Community College, Shepherd University with a Bachelor’s degree, and Shippensburg University with a Masters Degree.He was the CTO of Medisolv in Columbia, MD, author for Pluralsight, founder of OdeToCode, and spoke at international IT conferences worldwide.
A huge portion of what I learned in programming is from Scott Allen... His memory will never be forgotten and may his soul rest in peace. No advice he wasn’t willing to give. Here's what our CEO had to say about Scott's passing. Scott's course on C# was the first course I took at Pluralsight. There is no better display of our mission in action than through Scott’s legacy. Scott was the host of the Herding Code Podcast, CTO of Medisolv, and a Microsoft Regional Director. We talked about our families, where we live, the keto diet, and a funny story about him buying a new snow plow for his driveway. He also enjoyed building others up. I will always remember Scott’s kindness and gentle way -- how he lifted and inspired with humility and grace. A constructive and inclusive social network.
He was an investor, entrepreneur and philanthropist who influenced many aspects of … RIP. Delivering a Brighter Future to Pluralsight…, Pluralsight’s commitment to the Pledge 1%…, Pluralsight’s Commitment to Social Justice.
Once held the world record for being the youngest person alive.
During lunch, we talked about pretty much everything except tech, which was a good break for both of us that day. Very sad, he was a great teacher. He was a master practitioner and a powerful teacher.
He was a founding author at Pluralsight, creating 54 courses for the Platform and becoming the top-performing author of all time. He was a true geek in every sense of the word and loved sharing knowledge. Sorry guys). Scott is a big reason I am where I am today. https://odetocode.com/blogs/scott/archive/2020/01/14/nine-performance-tips-for-azure-app-services.aspx, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed.
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