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Monthly competition Winners List

Each month the best article in each category will be awarded a swag of prizes based on the votes of readers. Every month a link to a voting form will be placed on the homepage and after 2 weeks of voting the winners will be decided - by you! We'll put together a bunch of prizes from different companies and it's winner takes all.

Check out the submission guidelines for information on posting articles. You may only enter where local laws and international export laws allow your participation. Judges decision is final, and prizes and values may be changed at any time. Deliveries to some locations may require an import duty or tax to be paid. Winners will be responsible for paying all duties and taxes owing.

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Winners from June, 2017

Best "Everything Else" Article of June 2017 
First Prize Doug DuernerYeon-Chang Wang -  To Heap or not to Heap; That’s the Large Object Question?
Prize pool CodeProject Mug - CodeProject
 
Second Prize Mahsa Hassankashi -  Fire Simulation and Prediction by Markov Chain Monte Carlo
Prize pool Bob Sticker - CodeProject




Best C# Article of June 2017 
First Prize Jeremy Madden -  IResult - A Robust Option Type for C#
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Second Prize Marc Clifton -  Solving the Brain Teaser Triangle Peg Game
Prize pool Bob Sticker - CodeProject




Best C++ Article of June 2017 
First Prize Kirk Stowell -  Install Visual Studio 6.0 on Windows 10
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Second Prize EgorYusov -  Designing Efficient Thread-Safe Reference Counting System
Prize pool Bob Sticker - CodeProject




Best Database Article of June 2017 
First Prize Arturs Solomencevs -  Database Transactions with Spring Framework
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Second Prize Vadim Loboda -  Combination of Id-ParentId and HierarchyId Approaches to Hierarchical Data
Prize pool Bob Sticker - CodeProject




Best Web Dev Article of June 2017 
First Prize Debendra0256 -  Architecting Web API Project With Repository Layer,Dependency Injection And Entity FrameWork 6.0
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Second Prize Akhil Mittal  -  Create API with ASP.NET Core (Day 3): Working with HTTP Status Codes, Serializer Settings and Content Negotiation in ASP.NET Core API
Prize pool Bob Sticker - CodeProject




Best Mobile Article of June 2017 
First Prize Hack~ok -  Xamarin.Forms Android Using J2V8 to Execute JavaScript without WebView
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Second Prize Member 4206974 -  A Form Generator for Android
Prize pool Bob Sticker - CodeProject





Winners from May, 2017

Best C++ Article of May 2017 
First Prize Petrov Vladimir -  50 OpenGL MFC Projects in One
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Second Prize SeattleC++ -  Performance of a Circular Buffer vs. Vector, Deque, and List
Prize pool Bob Sticker - CodeProject




Best Database Article of May 2017 
First Prize DaveDavidson -  LINQ to Entities, Cross Apply, and Left Outer Join
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Second Prize Zahid Nawaz Ch. -  SqlDependency .NET library can work to detect updates automatically
Prize pool Bob Sticker - CodeProject




Best Web Dev Article of May 2017 
First Prize Peter Leow -  HTML5 Geolocation
Prize pool CodeProject Mug - CodeProject
 
Second Prize Akhil Mittal  -  Create API with ASP.NET Core (Day2): Creating API in ASP.NET Core
Prize pool Bob Sticker - CodeProject




Best Mobile Article of May 2017 
First Prize Lurker1315 -  Creating an offline mobile password manager using Xamarin Forms
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Second Prize Junian Triajianto -  Xamarin Mobile Apps Continuous Integration and Delivery with Jenkins and HockeyApp
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