You'll learn two things: how to use Microsoft's free code editor, and why you should. Visual Studio Code does a lot of heavy lifting for you while you code, and this training will show you how to use it best. Learn to incorporate it into your processes with this course.
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Visual Studio Code (VS Code) Essentials FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Since it's free and runs smoothly on macOS, Linux and Windows, Visual Studio Code is a good tool for any IT professional to learn. That way, no matter where you find yourself or what you end up doing, you've got a code editor you can find, install and rely on.
No, this Visual Studio Code training isn't associated with any valid certifications. Microsoft used to have nearly a dozen certifications that related to coding, development and Visual Studio. But the MTAs that Microsoft hasn't already retired are already scheduled to be retired in the very near future.
After you take this Visual Studio Code, you might want to think about a Microsoft Certification in development. The Microsoft 365 Certified: Developer Associate will be easier after taking this course, and the Power Platform Functional Consultant Associate also depends in part on some familiarity with VS Code.
You should take this Visual Studio Code training because the code editor is too often dismissed by the people who would benefit most from how easy it is. Rather than ignore the free code editor, learn it and let it be one of many arrows in your quiver.