robcaronUsed to work on Visual Studio, now on Azure.
Niner since 2004
US Navy nuke veteran (S1C/A4W/D2G). Visual Basic & ASP dev back in the day. Technical writer, developer marketing, etc. Now at Microsoft working on Azure, snowboarding Whistler or traveling when I'm not.
@mogutman: Microsoft's mapping offerings are a testament to our commitment to delivering world-class geospatial solutions for every individual and every organization. Our vision is that Bing Maps will continue to be the map of choice for consumers and enterprises who have a preference for Here mapping data or require enterprise-grade pricing at this time. Azure Maps is the recommended mapping platform for Azure developers and large-scale enterprise applications in Azure. For more information on which platform best suits your industry and technical needs, please visit https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-maps/about-azure-maps.
@DevInfamous - You card cannot be charged in the first 30 days after you sign up for a free account. Any charges in that first 30 days are deducted from the $200 credit. After 30 days, you will have to upgrade your account to a pay-as-you-go account to remove the $0 spending limit before anything will charge to your card. See Azure Free Account FAQ.