Mywebsite has been hosted by, well, a host of companies:
I've been wanting to convert the site to ASP.NET 2.0 and use SQL Server 2005, but now the fees are too low for even me to pass up. I found several hosting companies that offer ASP.NET hosting at reasonable rates. Butre-invent technologies offers ASP.NET AND SQL Server 2005 at amazingly low prices. In fact, if I hosted my site on my own hardware, I might spend more on electricity than re-invent.net charges me.
I've moved the site to re-invent.net, and I'm slowly converting static HTML pages into ASP.NET 2.0. I'm using the SQL Server 2005 database to manage this blog, user feedback, Tips for C# .NET Software Developers, and runtime exceptions.
So far I've had to contact technical support twice, both on Sundays. In both cases the support folks provided good service in a timely manner.
I'm planning on blogging about my experiences moving the site to ASP.NET 2.0 / SQL Server 2005. Stay tuned!
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