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Help uploading a file to amazon s3

Posted on 2011-09-06
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Hello

I wonder if you can help, all I want to be able to do it have an upload control and button on a web page where the user selects a file on their computer and it uploads the file into  a bucket on amazon s3. I have created the bucket fine, have my Access Key and Secret Key but after reading for what seems like days I can't find a simple hello world example anywhere.

I am using asp.net (vb code)

Does anyone have any examples that could get me going?

Thanks in advance.
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