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Best "Everything Else" Article of April 2016

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Each month at CodeProject we gather together the best of the articles submitted the previous month and ask our readers to choose the best of the best. Entry is automatic - just submit you articke and we'll do the rest.

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Current Entries

Articles that match the contest criteria are automatically entered. The top 15 entries are shown.

2 Dec 2016
David Lafreniere
Simplify passing data between threads using this multithreaded, portable C++ asynchronous callback framework.
27 Apr 2016
Clayton Rumley
There are those who think I am crazy, and this just might be the proof.
26 Apr 2016
Dr. Song Li
This is a note on how compilers implement function calls to pass the parameters to and get the return value from the called functions.
13 Apr 2016
Simon B.
How to localize an ASP.NET MVC application and read all text from a database while still using DataAnnotations.
14 Apr 2017
David Lafreniere
Protect against heap fragmentation faults and improve execution speed with a fixed block alternative to STL std::allocator
16 Jun 2016
Vince Chan
Pwnage Checker is an iOS app that allows users to check whether an account has been compromised in a known data breach
19 Apr 2016
Dave Kerr
If you are looking to get your hands dirty and learn all about Docker, then look no further!
18 Apr 2016
Mircea Diaconescu, Gerd Wagner
Learn how to develop Arduino-based apps for the Web of Things (WoT). This second part of a series of tutorials shows how to read analog and digital sensors with the help of Arduino.
22 Apr 2016
Darryl Bryk
C# code for a low-pass Butterworth filter is presented
6 Apr 2016
Bill Wagner
C# feature proposal - new access modifier
23 Apr 2016
Kenneth Haugland
Create B-Spline and NURBS curves and learn how to use and manipulate them.
29 Apr 2016
David Lafreniere
A Win32 CreateThread() C++ wrapper class for synchronized thread startup and forced message queue creation.
12 Apr 2016
bradyguy
An end to end view of how to integrate Jira REST API's with Excel.
12 Apr 2016
Kenneth Haugland
The origin, design and usages of octave band frequencies and designing weight filters
11 Apr 2016
Martin Mitáš
Direct2D or GDI+? Perhaps both, with a help of the right library.

Current Participants

Those with articles that match the contest criteria are automatically entered.

Bill Wagner
Architect Bill Wagner Software LLC
United States United States
Bill Wagner is one of the world's foremost C# developers and a member of the ECMA C# Standards Committee. He is President of the Humanitarian Toolbox, has been awarded Microsoft Regional Director and .NET MVP for 10+years, and was recently appointed to the .NET Foundation Advisory Council. Wagner currently works with companies ranging from start-ups to enterprises improving the software development process and growing their software development teams.
bradyguy
hCentive
United States United States
https://www.linkedin.com/in/bradychambers
Clayton Rumley
Software Developer (Senior) digifi inc.
Canada Canada
Clayton Rumley is web developer for hire from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Darryl Bryk
United States United States
No Biography provided
Dave Kerr
Software Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Follow my blog at www.dwmkerr.com and find out about my charity at www.childrenshomesnepal.org.
David Lafreniere
United States United States
I've been a professional software engineer for over 20 years. When not writing code, I enjoy spending time with the family, camping and riding motorcycles around Southern California.
Dr. Song Li
United States United States
I have been working in the IT industry for some time. It is still exciting and I am still learning. I am a happy and honest person, and I want to be your friend.
Kenneth Haugland
Engineer
Norway Norway
I hope that you like the stuff I have created and if you do wish to say thank you then a donation is always appreciated.
You can donate here[^].
Martin Mitáš
Team Leader
Czech Republic Czech Republic
No Biography provided
Mircea Diaconescu
Technical Lead
Germany Germany
Researcher, developer, WoT/IoT enthusiast
Co-founder of http://web-engineering.info.
Simon B.
Software Developer Sevitec Informatik AG
Switzerland Switzerland
No Biography provided
Vince Chan
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
No Biography provided

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  1. The contest period covers the the first day of the month 12AM US Eastern Standard Time and ends the final day of the month at 11:59:59 PM US Eastern Standard Time. All entries must be submitted during this period in order to qualify.
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