Learn TV aims to provide developers with video or live lessons educational content, while hosting discussions with programmers and guidance sessions by engineers and supporters.
Others have similar uses platforms Microsoft such as Channel 9 and Hackathons. Although there have been speculations that the arrival of the new channel will mark the end of Channel 9, a company spokesman confirmed that no such thing is planned:
"Learn TV does not aim to replace Channel 9, on the contrary it will complete it. It will bring live streaming presentations, as well as recorded videos from Channel 9 and other Microsoft video services. It will be another option for those who learn through video. "
For now, the contents of most of the files on Learn TV are for Build 2020 and are a good opportunity to get started with Python, Introducing Visual Studio Online and more. There may not be enough material on the platform at the moment, as it is still under preview, but more videos will be coming soon.
This week, Microsoft also announced the availability of the website Microsoft Q&A, where you can find answers to questions about Azure services. Q&A, which is the replacement of the forums MSDN and TechNet, with support for 11 services, launched last October.
"Microsoft Q&A will now be the only source of product and service responses Azure"Microsoft said in a statement.
Because of pandemic and the cancellation of Microsoft events, such an initiative as Learn TV, will certainly help developers improve and evolve from home.