USB Stick in the Sky

Passing VS projects around is a common-enough task. I don't mean those times when you're trying to do joint development, I mean those times when you have a sample or solution that you want to share with someone to show how it solves a particular problem. Typically you send them as ZIP files in email or on a USB stick. Popfly Explorer does this one better: you can save and share the project directly from within VS to a Web address.

Got a homework assignment that your team needs to work on? Or a solution to a customer problem that you want to quickly share a bunch of source code for? Try saving it to Popfly and sharing it.

I'm very interested in feedback on Popfly Explorer, so if you have downloaded and tried it, feel free to comment on this blog or email me at johnmont at microsoft dot com.


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