How many times have you tried to figure out what you are having for dinner only to become disgruntled and order a pizza? It happens to all of us from time to time, but that's often because we run out of time to prepare for dinner or, frankly, we forget what's in the fridge.

But what if we didn't have to remember what's in the fridge or even what type of meal to cook. What if our food could tell us what to make? 

We often hear about Azure and how it is Microsoft's new show pony but what is it? In the simplest terms, it's a massive computer network that is made up of many smaller computers that are all linked together and have more storage than you can possibly imagine.

The cool thing here is that getting access to this massive system is quite easy and cheap, and you can use it on-demand too. The power of the Azure platform is immense and is magnitudes more powerful than the device you are using to read this post. Microsoft also makes it clear that they have the largest cloud infrastructure in the world, topping both Google and Amazon.

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