The Code Generation 2008 Competition has now ended! We would like to thank
all of the authors and voters who helped make this contest such a great success.
Our top 3 prize winners are:
Congratulations, everyone, and thanks for participating!
We’re looking for the best overall article on code generation. You may submit case
studies or technical articles on code generation. Tell us about your approach to rapid
application development (RAD) and the ROI you’ve achieved. Or, tell us about code
generators you’ve built by hand. All contest entries will be judged by you, the code
generation community, via The Code Project’s article voting mechanism.
Write a great article about Code Generation and post it in the Code
Generation section where CodeProject.com members will be able to vote on your article.
The article entries that are highest-rated by members will then be evaluated by our judges to determine the final three winners.
The three highest-rated articles as determined by CodeProject.com members and our judges' opinion will win the following prizes in descending order:
First Prize: $1,000 USD cash
Second Prize: Iron Speed Designer Professional Edition license with Annual Updates, an $895 value
Iron Speed Designer
+ 1 Year Software Updates
+ 30 Days E-mail Technical Support
Third Prize: Iron Speed Designer Professional Edition license, a $595 value
Iron Speed Designer Professional Edition
+ 90 Days Software Updates
+ 30 Days E-mail Technical Support
No substitutions are available. All decisions are final.
All entries will receive a free copy of “One-Day Web Apps”, a $24.95 value
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By entering your article in the contest you agree that The Code Project
and Iron Speed can link to your article for promotional purposes. Note that
entries must be received by no later than midnight US Eastern Standard Time of
August 25th, 2008.
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All entries will be posted on The Code Project website for review by members of The Code Project.
In addition, all entries will be reviewed by judges appointed by The Code Project. A winner will be
determined by the judges, after taking into consideration the comments and ranking of entries by members
of The Code Project, on the basis of which entry best meets the judging criteria set forth below.
Judging criteria include:
Articles that match the contest
criteria are automatically entered.
Those with articles that match the contest
criteria are automatically entered.
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members will be rated by our judges to determine the final winner.
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