If you find yourself here because you searched on “Microsoft Learn” because you heard about it at a conference or on a podcast or somewhere, you’re in the right place.
Microsoft Learn is a site that Microsoft has been slowly but surely growing over the past few years, putting together technical documentation to help you in enhancing your knowledge to in part make use of their platforms. Whether you’re someone that is looking to learn more about Microsoft 365 / Office 365, Dynamics, the Power Platform, or Azure, Microsoft.com/learn has content that is easy to digest and consumable in small bites.
In the past, if you wanted to learn about a particular product that Microsoft developed at a 100 level you may find a few blogs out there or you might find a training class that cost a few hundred dollars. Microsoft has truly removed the barrier to learning its products through this learning platform.
One of the features that are pretty handy if you’re looking to learn Azure is the sandbox capability – effectively Microsoft spins up a pre-configured subscription that only allows you to perform certain actions but at no charge to you for consuming services to learn how to make use of Azure. Well done team.