CodeProject was formed to give developers with a place to meet and exchange ideas, code snippets and bad, bad jokes. We hope to provide developers with all the resources they need to help them in their day to day programming, as well as helping them keep up to date with the latest technologies.
We at would like to thank all those who have supported us by contributing their time, energy, and articles and skill to make this site what it is.
The Code Project Site Builders are those who have volunteered their programming, system administration, hardware or design skills to help CodeProject grow. Members of this group get a Site Builders icon next to their name in the message boards and in their profile and biography at the end of your articles.
These are the guys and girls who give up their nights and weekends to review, edit, post and move the articles that are submitted to The Code Project. These volunteers make it possible for the Site Administrators to focus on building and growing the site. Members of this group get a SubEditor icon next to their name in the message boards and in their profile and biography at the end of your articles.
This member has a completed Professional profile, giving them access to our Research Library and premium offers.
Mentors help new article authors in creating and editing articles
Premium Account status is awarded to those members who have a Premium account on Workspaces.CodeProject.com. Members of this group get a Premium status icon next to their name in the message boards, in their profile and in their biography at the end of articles.
Those who have spent their time answering questions in the forums and writing great articles. MVP status is awarded annually based on ones contributions, and the feedback of the other members. Members of this group get an MVP icon next to their names in the forums and in their profile.
These dedicated members help ensure that a million members sending hundreds of articles each week do the right thing. They can moderate and remove inappropriate articles, edit eye-straining formatting and move under-performing (or recovering) articles to and from Purgatory. If you see an article that needs attention then let these guys know. Spot them in the forums by their protectors icon .
These are Code Project staff who review, edit, post and move the articles that are submitted to The Code Project. Members of this group get an editors icon next to their name in the message boards and in their profile and biography at the end of your articles.
The Code Project staff are those beleaguered souls who are working full time on keeping the CodeProject machine ticking over. Dedication above and beyond the call of duty is the order of the day. Think of them in your prayers.
The guys with the black bags under their eyes and haunted looks. With half a million individuals passing through CodeProject each month it's a challenging but extremely rewarding task to make sure everything runs smoothly - or at least appear to run smoothly. Spot them in the forums by their SysAdmin icon .