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How should I approach my learning if I want to learn Azure as a developer?

 
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I want to learn Azure as a developer. How should I approach my azure learning as a developer?

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Just google "azure free trial account", and you'll see that Microsoft offers a (fairly long) period of free trial usage of its Azure services.
DISCLAIMER: I don't know anything about terms and conditions of usage, so please check them first !
 
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thanks
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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