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Archive for August 10th, 2013

LOTR Prequels – YouTube

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/08/10

Fun! LOTR Prequels – YouTube.

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Must Read: Penny Pinching in the Cloud: When do Azure Websites make sense? – Scott Hanselman

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/08/10

Scott Hanselman wrote a Must Read post on Penny Pinching in the Cloud: When do Azure Websites make sense?

The first comment says it all:

Nuts, maybe marketing should put out more stuff like this. I have looked at Azure in the past and learned more from this post than then reading through all the pages of pricing on the Azure site. Thanks

Be sure to also read the comments, for instance this one, as they cover some more in depth explanation.

–jeroen

via: Penny Pinching in the Cloud: When do Azure Websites make sense? – Scott Hanselman.

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