Microsoft Azure: When free isn’t free

This is from a blog post:

So free isn’t really free. It’s misrepresentation and bad advertisement!

My Poor Experience With Azure (or why I’m sticking with AWS)

The only thing common between my Firefox and Chrome is they both use an ad blocker. And if Azure expects me to turn off my ad blocker to give them money, I have some suggestions about where they can shove their “free” VMs.

All that hype and I can’t even give them money.

Seems I’m back to evil AWS for now…

This isn’t a recommendation for AWS, but Microsoft is “evil”.

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