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I'm again amazed at the level of quality of the articles posted on CodeProject,
and that thing that I love the most is the breadth of the topics covered. However,
we still get lots of "Do you accept articles on technology X" and we always answer
"Absolutely!". We have hundreds of articles on Rails, PHP, Objective-C, a squillion
on Java, tens of thousands on .NET and then onto Haskell, Erlang, F#, Fortran, Cobol
and of course BASIC. How can you not love an article about BASIC.
Someone, somewhere, wants to read your article, so if you have an itch to write
up your code, your idea, or even just your painful lesson,
The top articles of last month are:
|Best C++ article of February 2013
|Kenneth Haugland -
Polynomial Equation Solver
||Codejock Xtreme ToolkitPro; SmartOutline 2010; CryptoLicensing
For MFC - Enterprise Edition; The latest C++ ebooks from informIT;
|Best C# article of February 2013
|Monjurul Habib -
Some practices to write better C#/.NET code
||Shell MegaPack.Net; SmartOutline 2010; Crypto Obfuscator
For .Net - Enterprise Edition; The latest C# ebooks from informIT; ActiveReports
|Best VB.NET article of February 2013
|Meshack Musundi -
Leap Motion: Move Cursor
||Shell MegaPack.Net; SmartOutline 2010; Crypto Logger For
.Net; The latest VB.NET ebooks from informIT;
|Best Web Dev article of February 2013
|Sandeep Mewara -
HTML5 Quick Start Web Application
||SmartOutline 2010; The latest Web Dev ebooks from informIT;
This week's survey: As a software developer, what's the pinnacle of your profession?
Most popular new articles
18 Mar 2013 - 24 Mar 2013
108 articles overall. 38 new, 70 updated.
New articles added
- HTML5 Bar Chart - Marcelo Ricardo de Oliveira
A jQuery plugin for 3D Bar Chart
- A Coder Interview with Nish Sivakumar - CodeProject, Nish Sivakumar
Welcome to our continuing series of CodeProject interviews in which we talk to developers about their backgrounds, projects, interests and pet peeves. In this installment we talk to Nish Sivakumar, a literal CodeProject legend.
- A Money type for the CLR - codekaizen
A convenient, high-performance money structure for the CLR which handles arithmetic operations, currency types, formatting, and careful distribution and rounding without loss.
- Solving Basic Matrix Operations - Lộc Nguyễn
Using custom FractionalNumber and Matrix classes.
- Introduction to E-prescribing System - Ranjan.D
In this blog we will see what is an E-prescribing System. Its benefits and various standards used in the system. Also we will see real time implementation of RxNorm Coding.
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Using SynchronizationContext in Windows Forms - Anuraj Parameswaran
Long back I wrote a post about how to fix – System.InvalidOperationException – Cross-thread operation not valid exception, while we try to access user interface elements from a different thread, other than the thread(normally main thread), which created the user interface elements. .NET 2.0 br
- Inside Groovy - Issam Lahlali
Let’s go inside Groovy to discover how it works internally.
- PSC: Basic script - Kristofer Kallsbo
Still not sure what the final script will do but I have to detect how the script is started and act accordingly.
Technical Blogs updated
- A great WPF localization package - Nick Polyak
The package is open source, allows switching the locales at run time and also allows localizing any Dependency or Attached properties – not only strings.
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