A coworker of mine, Steve Marx, recently posted about creating tables only once due to the performance hit you take when you go to create tables that already exist.
This is a good thing to know and I decided to update my Simple Table Storage sample to follow the pattern that our Personal Web SIte SDK sample uses where on the first request, I create the tables. (same solution as Steve described).
I actually went back and forth a bit because the goal of the Simple Table Storage sample is to introduce folks to using the Windows Azure Table Storage service and thus I wanted to keep it as simple as possible.
I found that the changes are really minor and since even simple sample code has a way of making itself into production, I went ahead and updated the original post and sample code attached to that post.
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