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Android Tutorial Contest: $10K in Prizes
Today marks the beginning of Round 3 in our ongoing Android Tutorial Contest. This round's topics are all about Android Input/Output and touch on topics such as handling keyboard input, accessing sensors, storing data, and interacting with other devices over Bluetooth, NFC, USB and Wi-Fi.
You have three weeks to submit your Round 3 articles and entries, meanwhile we'll be nose deep in all Round 2 entries with the tough job of selecting the winners. Remember, there are $10,000 in total prizes. Check out the contest page for details on how to enter and then submit an article today for your chance to win.
July Monthly Competition Winners
Congratulations to the best articles and authors of July 2014!
This week's survey: Is coding addictive?
(95 votes) by (posted over a year ago, updated 4 days ago)
A class to pivot a DataTable with various aggregate functions.
(76 votes) by (posted 2 months ago, updated 4 days ago)
This article looks at popular techniques used to avoid null pointer errors and answers the question: Which is the best solution you should use in your code?
(74 votes) by (posted over a year ago, updated yesterday)
An article about Huo Chess, a chess program in C++ and C# that attempts to be smaller in size than the Commodore-era Microchess
(45 votes) by (posted 3 months ago, updated 2 days ago)
A Visual Studio add-in that inserts some commonly known OO paterns into your working project.
(47 votes) by (posted 7 weeks ago, updated 4 days ago)
This article presents a Genetic Algorithm that searches for the shortest path to visit many places and return to the original one.
(42 votes) by (posted over a year ago, updated 2 days ago)
A custom GridView control which provides you an additional facility to group the data in gridview along with the facility to customise the Group Header and Group Footer
(35 votes) by (posted 4 weeks ago, updated 2 days ago)
This article explains how to make data source for kendoTreeView, particularly it is designed for organization chart such as personals or documents which need nested query, after drag and drop one node to another one it will save it. Look at Demo
(23 votes) by (posted over a year ago, updated 4 days ago)
A fast, reference counted, copy-on-write string class
(19 votes) by (posted over a year ago, updated 4 days ago)
Benchmark C++ std::vector vs raw arrays, move assignable/constructable & copy assignable/constructable