A week ago we launched, a fun website that uses machine learning to measure your facial hair and promote men’s health. And we’ve got some nice mentions around the media at, PC World, Movember, Business Insider and a few others. And now we’re starting to look at the data behind the scenes and learn […]

Running Bitnami tracks and Ruby/MySQL on Azure

I have very little experience with Ruby, it’s not really a thing I use every day so I went around to find out how to run it on Azure. Unfortunately, Azure only runs it as IaaS. As a comparison, for PHP, Java and .Net there’s the PaaS option which is much simpler and allows you […]

Announcing the first alpha of

This is another crazy idea I’ve been working on for a while, and now I’m finally getting a few volunteers to help me with: This allows the visualization of Azure based systems in a very cool way. More details on our GitHub repo:   Hey, you can even see the architecture of How-Old.Net and TwinsOrNot.Net there! […]

Snippet from Czech Republic’s presentation

This is a part of the presentation we did in Czech Republic when I showed TwinsOrNot for the first time and then later started visualizing how the usage of the site started picking up on Application Insights:

Taking to the next level

Well that was a fun ride. I want to start this post by saying thanks for the overwhelmingly positive feedback I’ve gotten from so many of you. Now it is time to hand #TwinsOrNotRobot over to the Microsoft Project Oxford cavalry and let them refresh it with a better functionality and more fun than I […]

And because we love open source…

Here’s the v1 of TwinsOrNot.Net source released under MIT license: Again, this was a 4 hours project. It isn’t fancy. It was done quickly after a long trip and little sleep so please don’t hold me accountable for not covering all the best practices in ASP.Net MVC, not properly referencing all the JavaScript libraries, not […]