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bio website emitcode.com
location Snohomish, WA
age 24
visits member for 2 years
seen Nov 4 '12 at 21:56

I enjoy developing software professionally and in my spare time. To me, there is not much more rewarding than completing a difficult project, algorithm, or even just designing something elegant.

Passionate about software and writing not only correct code but easily understood code, I strive to teach others about anything I have learned. I embrace knowledge sharing and I wish that everyone would be willing to give programming a try so that they too can feel the same satisfaction that comes to me each and every day.

My best quality is my analytical thinking process and the ability to rapidly solve any problem that faces me. However, this becomes a weakness when I get lost in thought about the esoteric concepts around every day things; springs and rocks fascinate me on a near weekly basis.


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comment Cloud just for hosting big files?
@yes123 You may think it is over priced, however they are the ones offering the service. You're welcome to build your own enterprise CDN and resell your excess for $10 / month.
Nov
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comment Cloud just for hosting big files?
The answer is of course "it depends". Dropbox might change what they deploy on. If you want a guarantee that your data is going to be highly available, then you need to deploy it specifically on something that is always going to be highly available. That's what Amazon offers. Dropbox offers a simple way for you to share your files "in the cloud". Remember, "in the cloud" could just mean it's part of a data warehouse but not necessarily distributed for reliability.
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answered Cloud just for hosting big files?