Microsoft partners with EdX to offer Online Development Course
Microsoft Corp. recently partnered with the nonprofit online learning initiative EdX to offer online development courses. Microsoft is reportedly the first corporate partner of EdX to offer Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). The enrollment for these online courses on edX start today March 11, and the courses will begin sometime in the end of this month.
Massive Open Online Courses
Conducted by the leading Microsoft experts, these Massive Open Online Courses will be focused on the core development skills providing the expertise in building new applications, Azure services and Windows Phone based service.
Other courses included in MOOCs will be introduction to TypeScript, web development framework, c#, programming language for .NET, cloud computing, Introduction to Office 365 APIs, data platforms, Querying with Transact SQL, introduction to Bootstrap and Windows PowerShell Fundamentals.
Talking about these online MOOSc, Steve Guggenheimer, Corporate Vice President & Chief Evangelist, Developer Experience (DX) at Microsoft says, “Together with edX we can provide new opportunities for students and developers from around the world to create innovative applications, services, and experiences that have a meaningful impact on today’s mobile and cloud-centric world.”
Microsoft since long has been working to make the app development and coding more accessible and rewarding for the tech enthusiasts worldwide.
EdX, the nonprofit organization has been offering many online course via leading global universities and education organizations worldwide.
Please visit edx.org for more information and details.
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