As a leader in productivity platforms and services, Microsoft gives every individual and every organization the tools to achieve their ambitions in a cloud and mobility-based world.
Thanks to investments in research and development in cutting-edge fields such as AI, quantum computing or mixed reality, Microsoft has established itself as a leader in innovation while having at heart to train developers through initiatives like the IA School (https://simplon.co/ecoleia/). Microsoft's move to opensource in recent years is also helping to open up the company to developers. It is not uncommon to see Microsoft open-sourcing projects like tools or languages like Typescript, .Net Core or VSCode. Not to mention Linux in which the company invests on both Azure and Windows with WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux).
At the heart of the French digital ecosystem for more than 30 years, Microsoft is committed to supporting developers in the realization of their projects and to support them in their training throughout their careers through initiatives like Microsoft Learn (aka.ms/learn).