Learning is never limited and LinkedIn learning is an example of this. By giving users ways to learn, they’ve now decided to provide users more with GitHub.
According to the LinkedIn learning blog,
“Tech skills are changing faster than ever. LinkedIn’s Economic Graph Data shows that software and IT skills have changed by over 30% in the last 5 years and that change is accelerating. So whether you are just starting out or an advanced developer, upskilling is critical.
That’s why we paired LinkedIn skills data and expert content with the latest GitHub hands-on practice technology to launch the new LinkedIn Learning with GitHub Codespaces integration. The new feature enables software developers to watch a course and get real workplace-like practice from anywhere. This creates a powerful learning experience requiring only a keyboard-enabled device and an internet connection. You can find GitHub Codespaces in 50+ LinkedIn Learning tech courses to get real-world software development environments for today’s six most popular programming languages, as well as key topics like data science, AI, and machine learning.”
Here’s what the LinkedIn Learning + GitHub Codespaces integration would mean for you:
Learn and practice the most popular programming languages on LinkedIn Learning at any stage of your career in software development, from beginner to advanced.
A developer can go right into producing code by learning SQL or honing their Python coding skills.
Try out these brand-new training programs and testing grounds for the most well-liked programming languages:
- Hands-On Introduction: Java
- Practice It: SQL Joins
- Level Up: Advanced Python
- Data Cleaning in Python Essential Training
- Machine Learning with Python: Logistic Regression
LinkedIn Learning with GitHub Codespaces is similar to tools you already use or will use. Learning something new is always made simpler when it is akin to what you already do. 90% of Fortune 100 organizations and 94 million developers already utilize GitHub. As a result, LinkedIn Learning with GitHub Codespaces is probably close to your current configuration and will provide the best setting for applying your new abilities in practice.