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Free Online Training for Microsoft Solutions and Technologies @ Microsoft

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Microsoft is offering a number of online training sessions for their solutions and technologies: Office 365, Teams, Skype, Azure, Dynamics 365, Power BI, SQL Server, etc.

Some are short one-hour events, but there are also a few full-day trainings with practice labs, that would be equivalent of their in-classroom trainings.

The link with the post is showing sessions available for Australia, in AEST time zone - not all sessions are during our daytime. Training requires registration with e-mail address, where they'll send invitation link to activate the session at scheduled time. In most cases it doesn't matter whether that is private, business or education email address, but a few (e.g. Dynamics 365 and SQL Server) require work email.

Note that some sessions might have limited capacity, so please register only for these that actually interests you, and that you plan to attend.

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  • Thank you

  • For courses like AZ-900, attendees will receive free vouchers to take the AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals certification exam via email after completion of event.

  • for those not sure this is the course that has the free voucher for AZ-900 - https://www.microsoftevents.com/profile/form/index.cfm?PKfor...

    edit: looks like the course is full up for now. they're offering to get people onto the waiting list.

  • None for PowerApps and Flow ☹️

    But thanks will check some of these out πŸ‘πŸ»

    • There is one for PowerApps in mid-June:

      Technical Deep Dive on creating PowerApps (Canvas Apps)​
      17 June 2020, 8:00pm EAST time (10am UTC)

  • I'm surprised that Bob Smith from Microsoft that keeps calling me about my computer having a virus didn't mention this to me over the phone.

  • Trying to participate in Teams Dev Platform Overview now. Streaming is dropping out every 5 seconds so I'm getting every second or third word at best. Getting lots of empty sections of 10 seconds. Can't really follow. Plus the audio is not is synch with the video when it does come through. My internet speed is showing 100Mbps so that side of it should be ok. Bit disappointed right now, bailing out 'cause the streaming performance is so bad.

  • Can someone explain how these times work, it makes no sense to me….

    12 May, 2020 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM

    AGENDA: (Based on Eastern Time Zone)

    DAY ONE

    09:00 AM – 10:30 AM Module 0: Course Introduction & Module 1: Cloud Concepts
    10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Module 2: Core Azure Services

    DAY TWO

    09:00 AM – 10:30 AM Module 3: Security, Privacy, Compliance, & Trust
    10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Module 4: Azure Pricing and Support

    Why does it state 12 May 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM and then day one and day two with different times.

    • I've enrolled in that exact one. At one point in the enrollment process it will tell you that you are enrolling for the 12th AND 13th, and the times for each day.

      The time listings might say 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM on the list of available courses/times, but that's not correct, and likely a guide or some sort of automation error in posting the course times? It depends on your timezone, but for me it worked out to be 12 May 11:00 PM - 13 May 02:00 AM, and then the second day 13 May 11:00 PM - 14 May 02:00 AM

      Almost all of the online ones are at crazy hours for us. I found that one to be the 'most' reasonable, with a late night start.

      Hope that helps!

      • Thank you for that. Really clears it up as I didn't go further than the front page as to not take up a spot I wasn't going to use due to the timezone. You also made me realise that Eastern Time Zone does not mean AEST haha. I think I might sign up for this considering it's 9pm to 12am for me so not horrible. Appreciate it!