Microsoft has launched new courses in software management, virtualization and cloud computing, offering users a new way to get hands-on experience with the latest version of Windows and software tools.
The courses are part of Microsoft’s “Windows 10 for developers” initiative, which aims to give people the tools they need to build software.
Microsoft has previously rolled out courses for the cloud, cloud-based and virtualization, but the new courses, which were launched on Tuesday, are aimed at developers who want to learn about new technologies, and for those who want the latest software to be ready when they need it.
“With Windows 10 for Developers, we’ve made it easy for anyone to get a hands-ons and hands-in learning experience with new features, new tools and new technologies,” said Alex Kipman, Microsoft’s global general manager of Windows.
“This new course offers hands-down the most comprehensive set of Windows software training courses available on the market.”
Microsoft has launched a number of Windows-specific courses, including the Microsoft Developer Academy and Microsoft Cloud Academy.
Those courses are also being offered through Microsoft Education, a program for students who want more advanced training.
In addition to Microsoft’s new Windows 10 software training course, Microsoft is also launching a series of Windows 8-related courses.
Microsoft has already launched a series that teaches users how to build a virtual machine, Windows 10’s “Metro” app and the Start menu, which can help you get started on Windows 10.
The courses are available through Microsoft’s online courses platform, and students will be able to sign up for Microsoft’s Microsoft Developer Community.