Azure Fundamentals: An Insider's Look

Explore a world-class Azure certification course with screenshots and an insider's experience.

In this newsletter, we’ll talk about Azure Fundamentals with an insider’s experience. There’s also some big news for anyone looking to learn HTML, CSS, or JavaScript.

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Azure Fundamentals: An Insider’s Review

Looking to learn cloud? You’ll need an Azure course.

So where do you start? I took an inside look at DataCamp’s Azure course with its fundamentals track.

Here’s what I found:

  • There’s a real sandbox environment on the Azure platform

  • I didn’t need to set up my own Azure account first

  • Progress tracking on my dashboard

  • Built-in AI assistant (a must-have right now)

You’ll want to read the full review for the screen captures alone.

One more major benefit: DataCamp offers a 50% discount on the AZ-900 exam.

That’s a pretty huge deal if you’re looking for an Azure certification.

In my review, you’ll find screenshots of my entire experience. I’ll show you my dashboard, the process I used to get started, and some advice if you want to use this course to pursue an Azure certification.

But there’s something else I’m excited to share with you.

We built something new.

New Tools: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Compiler

The team at has been busy building something new. It’s something we’ve wanted to roll out for a long time.

In short, it’s a tool that allows you to practice what you learn without having to install anything. It’s a way to test code right in your browser. We designed it to work anywhere, including on your phone.

And it’s finally ready to use.

(drum roll please)

Here’s how it works:

If you’re testing something new in HTML or CSS, you can now enter the code right in your browser.

This lets you immediately test your coding to see how it looks.

Try it with one of our HTML Projects, for example. We’re so excited to see what you come up with.

Just copy your code and click the “Try it Yourself” button on any of my projects pages to get started.

That button opens the compiler, where you can paste your code. Then, click “Run” to see how your code looks in an actual browser.

I’m excited for you to use this new free tool. Here’s what we have so far:

Please let me know what you think!

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