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I am answering a question for someone on stack but I would like to share an entire test project (C#) that I created as part of the answer. Is there any recommended approach or solution for doing this? I can certainly create and use something like drop box but I'm afraid that might not be a good longer term solution. Any suggestions?

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Make sure your answer stands on its own without the project (so, if wherever it gets hosted goes away, the answer is still useful).

As for suggested places - why not a repository like github? This will have the added benefit of you being able to make updates and have a revision history to the test project.

  • +1 for mentioning Github. – hkk Jan 5 '14 at 20:53
  • Thanks for the answer! I tried using Google code but that seemed a little difficult to get started with. Since I've used GitHub for work I'll probably go with that. I do know that there are other repositories out there such as CodePlex but I know very little about these. – drew_w Jan 5 '14 at 21:10

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