File Storage Solution…

Since being forced to move to a hosted solution for my blog, I’ve not had the chance to put any new files versions, or new applications for that matter, on the site. I’ve started looking into online file hosting options but due to my miserly nature, have not found anything that I like. I use SourceForge and GotDotNet extensively and would be willing to try out either of those if it weren’t for the fact that I love my current development setup (Full CI with CCNet and Perforce) here at the house and am not willing to give it up just yet. If you have any recommendations, drop me an email.

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3 Responses to File Storage Solution…

  1. Cecilia says:

    May i ask you something?! Are you really David O’Hara? The actor? If the answer is yes, it’s so nice, because I’m a great fan of yours. If you are not, thanks for replying me anyway [at least,i hope you can reply me :D].
    I’m from Brazil and a great fan of him!
    Regards,

    Ceci

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  3. file hosting says:

    Very nice post.

    About file hosting, i usually use yoUpload.com to send all my files. I believe that is the best, but it’s my opinion, ehehe…

    http://www.youpload.com

    Thanks,
    Robert

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