extend the 30 day trial period, it's just not enough time to learn azure and write a new product to run under it. www.aunebakk.com
extend trial period
Tommy Borgelin Bredesen commented
I'll also suggest Microsoft hire a moderator to remove all these spam-messages, this garbage really does not make Microsofts web-security measures look impressive....
waqas khan commented
extend the 30 day trial period
Ashish gupta commented
200$ free credit is a good thing. But it cannot be utilized with the current 30-day limit, especially for working professionals.
It takes a considerable amount of time if you take the break-and-make approach.
Agreed, they even delete all my data and apps after 30 days.
Paul M commented
Yep! I really need to learn Azure and get certified but there is no way I am going PAYG for the next six months. Do they want people to learn and advocate for their services????
Please hurry up and get onboard with this. Microsoft needs to extend this. I did not use any money during my trial and now I have a full course i want to take but cant because of this limiting rule.
Christopher Bargagna commented
Absolutely agree to this. It would be beneficial for MS to allow people freely learn to use Azure better and thus more spread the good word on it in the companies working for/with. I was trying to learn Machine learning stuff via EdX courses but simply ran out of time.
I agree. I'm doing self paced online learning "Azure for AWS Experts", which will take a couple of months. I didn't even use $1 of my credit. Is Microsoft really want to encourage people to learn the Azure platform how about matching what AWS and Google both do, a 1 year trial with very limited resources.
Terry Hugill commented
I agree. I have three exams to pass. I cannot pass all three in 30 days.
roger aunebakk commented