User Samples is the most popular GotDotNet feature. Over the last few months, I've received emails from numerous customers complaining that they could not delete a User Sample of their own creation after submitting it. The most common reason for this request was the release of the wrong version of a sample. There being no easier way to justify a feature than to slap down a pile of emails on my manager's desk (metaphorically speaking), I set out to fix this problem. If you are the not-so-proud owner of a User Sample on GDN, you can now delete it from the Edit Sample page. In addition to enabling sample deletion, we also added a handful of new attributes so that you can more easily identify the technologies to which your samples relate.
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