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If you’re short on money to spend on training or if you’re just looking for a good deal, check out Microsoft Learning. There you can find close to 50 free e-learning courses available on several categories. The majority of them are, of course, introductions and overviews of specific technologies, but there are also a few that could be used to sharpen your skills.

Below you can find a short list with some of the courses that are available for free through Microsoft Learning. For the complete list, click here:

  • Clinic 3402: ASP.NET for PHP Developers: Introduction to ASP.NET
  • Collection 5134: Developing Rich Experiences with Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 and Visual Studio 2005
  • Clinic 5230: Developing Enhanced Web Experiences with Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Extensions
  • Clinic 5939: Introducing Server Management in Windows Server 2008
  • Clinic 6189: What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 for Business Intelligence
  • Clinic 6190: What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 for Database Development
  • Course 6258: New Features Of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services
  • Collection 6261: Developing Rich Experiences using Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 & Visual Studio 2008
  • Collection 6262: Introducing Windows Workflow Foundation using .Net Framework & Visual Studio 2008
  • Clinic 6263: Introducing Windows Presentation Foundation using .Net Framework 3.5 & Visual Studio 2008
  • Clinic 6264: Introducing Windows Communication Foundation using .Net Framework 3.5 & Visual Studio 2008
  • Clinic 6335: Exploring Microsoft Application Virtualization
  • Course 6339: Database Fundamentals in Microsoft SQL Server 2008
  • Collection 6340: Introducing Microsoft SQL Server Data Services for Developers
  • Clinic 6341: Overview of Microsoft SQL Server Data Services
  • Clinic 6342: Developing an Application for Microsoft SQL Server Data Services

Happy Learning!

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