Guest Post by Alexey Polkovnikov Sr. Cloud Solutions Architect at Microsoft
Are you just starting your cloud journey or looking for ways to upgrade your knowledge in specific areas?Azure Charts is a web based application which allows you to see what the Azure consists of and how it evolves. Additionally, to help you learn Azure in a focused way and stay up-to-date in your knowledge, there is a suite of interactive charts introduced recently which you can find under the Learning menu in the navigation bar. The learning menus utilize the Microsoft Learn Catalog API
Let me show how to use these charts and explain the differences between them.
Learning content insights are also being currently embedded into other charts to help you see the service relations which can be non-obvious. Azure Affinity Map is one of them, now you can use it to check for services that are frequently bundled in same learning modules/paths and are likely supposed to be studied and used together.
I really hope that the new charts will help you to be more productive leaning Azure no matter what your interested in studying
Please let me know your feedback on the topic, Azure Charts is evolving fast and user feedback is very essential to keep it relevant.
You can always check Azure Charts Log to see the latest project's developments.
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