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Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA)
« on: July 30, 2013, 12:25:58 PM »

What is the Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA)?

Successful technologists never stop learning and great technology never stops evolving. Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) offers free online Microsoft training, delivered by experts, to help technologists continually learn via hundreds of courses. MVA learning opportunities combine on-demand courses and live events:

•    On-demand courses help you learn at your own pace, and when the time is right for your busy schedule.
•    MVA’s exciting live events include Jump Start training and MVA Live Q&A where you can interact with experts, and an audience of your peers from around the world. Our instructors and subject matter experts will answer the questions you pose in real time chat sessions so that you can apply what you learn right away.

Developers who want to learn how to build apps for the web, Windows or Windows Phone can explore our courses on App Development training, HTML5 training, C# training, and Windows Phone app development.

Try a Visual Studio Course Today

These demo rich courses are designed to help you use Visual Studio to build Windows Store apps, desktop apps, mobile apps, ASP.NET web apps, and XML web services. You will find training covering C# and XAML, HTML5 and JavaScript, as well as material to help you adopt the application lifecycle management (ALM) features in Visual Studio.

Build Apps for Both Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 Jump Start

This session compares and contrasts Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 with a focus on understanding how developers can maximize code reuse when building for both platforms ("code sharing"). Try this free online training and then head to App Builder for assistance on developing your app. There's never been a better time to build for Windows and Windows Phone.

"How we think determines what we do, and what we do determines what we get."