Learning paths help you know which courses to take in which particular order, so that you can work toward specific learning goals.
The courses in this learning path focus on the skills needed to implement Operating System Deployment to Windows devices, including Lite Touch and Zero Touch deployment.
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This learning path will equip you with a solid foundation in Android, including working with Android Studio, using location-based services in your apps, and much more.
This learning path will take you from zero to 60 in C++ in just 10 courses. You’ll start with the basics and move all the way up to advanced C++ topics.
The courses in this learning path offer an introduction to TFS and its features, including application lifecycle management, version control and deploying TFS to Microsoft Azure.
Your goal with this learning path is to go from the basics of WCF and configuring your first WCF client/service, to learning how WCF can be customized and secured.
This collection of courses provides newcomers with the first step they need to start a career in IT.
The courses listed here focus on proficiency and familiarity with the Entity Framework. You’ll also get a look at what’s in store for Entity Framework 7.
The courses listed here will help you get up to speed with Python. You’ll start with the basics and will eventually move on to testing, developer tools and working with the Flask Web framework.
This learning path will get you up and running with the Java language, and will also introduce you to some of the tools and best practices for your Java code
This learning path is intended for Microsoft IT Professionals seeking certification, as well as basic job skills applicable to administration in a Microsoft client/server environment.
This learning path is for Microsoft Exchange administrators working in an on-premises environment. The courses listed here will help you gain the skills needed to manage even the most advanced Exchange environments.
This learning path is designed for IT professionals who design, implement and administer Microsoft SharePoint environments. You’ll encounter a wide range of relevant topics here, including topology design, security planning, installation and configuration, maintenance, and much more.
This learning path provides a good overview of Microsoft’s current approach to private cloud. It’s designed for professionals pursuing Microsoft’s MCSE: Private Cloud credential, or for those working in a large-scale System Center-focused environment.
If your focus is on project management, earning the PMP certification is a smart investment in your career. The courses listed here will help you prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.
This learning path will not only help improve your knowledge of Windows 8 deployment and implementation, along with application deployment and virtualization — but it will also prepare you for the MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure certification.
This learning path is for developers who are comfortable using C#, but don’t necessarily have experience with Microsoft’s ASP.NET platform, as well as developers with prior ASP.NET (or even ASP.NET MVC) experience. The courses listed here provide a comprehensive tour of MVC web application development using ASP.NET MVC, Versions 4 and 5.
This learning path will teach you how to write a wide range of queries for Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and later versions. The courses listed here will also help you prepare for certification under Microsoft’s MSCA – SQL Server program.
This learning path aims to make you proficient in using T-SQL to query and manage data on SQL Server 2012. We’ll begin with gentle introductions to reading and updating data using ANSI SQL, and then guide you through more specialized aspects of applying T-SQL to business problems.
This learning path will take you from having little to no experience with C# to understanding how to leverage the language’s advanced features. By the time you’re finished, you’ll walk away with an extensive understanding of how C# actually works on the underlying .NET platform.