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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.
  2. Entries must be an article, or blog entry.
  3. Articles entries must follow the CodeProject submission guidelines.
  4. No cheating, lying, plagiarizing articles, chicanery, or kicking.
  5. No author can be nominated twice.
  6. In the event an article has multiple authors and/or contributors, the number of prizes issued is solely at the discretion of the prize issuer.
  7. In the event of a tie, the number of prizes issued is solely at the discretion of the prize issuer.
  8. Multiple votes from the same IP will be automatically disqualified.
  9. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  10. Only those who live in jurisdictions in which this contest is legal may enter.
  11. Any breach of the rules and the prize will be awarded to the runner up.
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Eligibility

This competition is open to software development professionals & enthusiasts who are of the age of majority in their jurisdiction of residence; however, residents of Quebec and of the following countries are ineligible to participate due to legal constraints: Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria. Employees (or a member of their immediate family) of CodeProject or any of their affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising or promotional agencies are also ineligible to participate. Void where prohibited by law.

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Lost, late, misdirected, or illegible entries will be disqualified. Any entry containing content that CodeProject deems objectionable for any reason will be disqualified. All decisions of CodeProject with respect to any aspect of the competition, including, without limitation, the eligibility of entries, are final and binding on all entrants in all matters as they relate to this competition. CodeProject reserves its right to modify the Rules.

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Current Entries

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11 Sep 2023Graeme_Grant
.NET Core LogViewer Control for WinForms, WPF, and Avalonia using the ILogger Framework with Microsoft Logger, Serilog, NLog, and Log4Net in C# & VB on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux
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25 Mar 2023Duncan Edwards Jones
A library to demonstrate doing Event Sourcing as a data persistence mechanism for Azure Functions
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2 Mar 2023Michael Chourdakis
Quicky generate text and images
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20 Mar 2023honey the codewitch
Combine some great technologies for rich, responsive IoT user interfaces on the ESP32
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19 Sep 2023sebjameswml
morph::vvec allows you to do vector math without any external libraries
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30 Mar 2023Kenneth Haugland
This article is all about general methods for solving differential equations.
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7 Mar 2023Christ Kennedy
A practical Abacus app - calculator and toy
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10 Mar 2023Mark Pelf
Beginner’s tutorial on PE format, with illustrations
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12 Mar 2023Mike Hankey
A look at the STM32 Timer peripheral
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17 Mar 2023Claudio Farassino
A small and simple C++ GroupBy with the same syntax and use of DotNet GroupBy
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25 Mar 2023Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov
A pure Web browser application, an alternative to the article “An SVG Analog Clock”
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29 Mar 2023V. Subhash
Use policies.json file to force Firefox to respect your preferences.
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19 Mar 2023Igor Krupitsky
Web app to talk to Chat GPT using Eleven Labs text-to-speech
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10 Mar 2023Mark Pelf
Beginner’s tutorial on PE format applied to .NET assemblies
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13 Mar 2024JudyL_MD
Code sample for passing encrypted compressed data between Windows and Android
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2 Mar 2023Lee P Richardson
Deploy EF database migrations while avoiding security flags
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2 Mar 2023Joan M
Reinstalling VMWare tools 101
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21 Mar 2023gbeene
Capture protected document content as text without the need for breaking DRM
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6 Mar 2023V. Subhash
This final part of the article series covers some other important behaviour of bash, particularly that relating to text expansions and substitutions.
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11 Aug 2023Sean Ewington
In this article, I set up Home Assistant Container to work with CodeProject.AI Server and a Wyze Cam v3. Then as a proof of concept, I'll use CodeProject.AI Server to detect a person from Home Assistant.
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17 Mar 2023Dev Leader
This article is follow up content to previous articles I've written about iterators and collections, but the benchmark results were NOT what I expected!
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14 Mar 2023JorgeLuisOrejel
How to preserve state of local variables in C#
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29 Mar 2023gggustafson
This article is the third and final in the Bingo Game Suite series.
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30 Sep 2023David_Cui
A simple way to contain microservices in class libraries for deployment
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30 Mar 2023Kenji Elzerman
Creating QR codes with C# is pretty easy and doesn't need a lot of code. You just need to right nuGet package.
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3 Mar 2023Sean Ewington
In this article, I use CodeProject.AI Server and Blue Iris to detect an unknown person and send an email notification with a picture when that happens.
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6 Mar 2023Andriy Protskiv
Workaround for performance issues with AT TIME ZONE
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8 Mar 2023V. Subhash
How to get compile the latest FFmpeg source code and try out some new features
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9 Mar 2023Bruno van Dooren
How to clean up user profiles on a computer
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8 Mar 2023k5054
How to update a bash variable inside a loop when reading from command output
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29 Mar 2023Jorge L Orejel
Explicit bit-reversal on C# unsigned Integers
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30 Mar 2023raddevus
Learn to build DailyJournal, a Cross-Platform Desktop Note-Taking app which runs natively on all three OSes (macOS, Linux, Windows)
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30 Mar 2023Shaun C Curtis
This article describes how to build an Edit State Tracker for Blazor that integrates into EditForm and EditContext.
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13 Mar 2023Alessandro Magistroni
How to validate Automapper configuration using AssertConfigurationIsValid
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19 Mar 2023adriancs
Convert Website into Android Web App with WebView
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5 Mar 2023Jo_vb.net
Use docking framework, MVVM Toolkit and some features
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23 Mar 2023Sean Ewington
In this article, I use CodeProject.AI Server, Agent DVR, and Home Assistant Container to detect when a person is in the camera's frame, start recording, then take a snapshot that gets sent to my phone with an alert.
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13 Mar 2023Michael Breeden
How to make an API connection (GET, POST) using Salesforce Apex language (very like Java) to a FHIR (Electronic Medical Records) Server
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15 Mar 2023Alessandro Magistroni
Oauth2 Client with IdentityModel.AspNetCore
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18 Mar 2023Christian Specht
How to rename the filenames generated by Hugo’s image processing
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31 Mar 2023Dev Leader
A beginner's guide to Façade pattern
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31 Mar 2023Member 4206974
A PHP class that uses PDO for creating a table from JSON Objects
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2 Mar 2023Mark Pelf
Overview of 5 free .NET Decompilers
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8 Mar 2023Marc Clifton
A simple analog clock rendered in Scalable Vector Graphics
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11 Mar 2023honey the codewitch
Initializing the ESP LCD Panel API is a chore. Here's some boilerplate code to make it easier.
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16 Mar 2023Ali Robot
How to implement a text-to-speech (TTS) application in C# using the System.Speech.Synthesis namespace
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26 Mar 2023Graeme_Grant
Add the missing project templates for the App and Control Library projects that were not included
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1 Mar 2023OriginalGriff
A new mouse and a new switch: this should be fun
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16 Mar 2023honey the codewitch
Debug your circuits with this handy device
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27 Mar 2023V_Cento
A simple way to extend an HTML element

Current Participants

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

Software Developer
Other Other
Programming is an art.
Alessandro is a software developer, graduated at politecnico of Milan with the passion for software programming, TDD and music.
United States United States
As an Artificial Intelligence Engineer with over 15 years of experience, I excel in innovating, designing, and developing state-of-the-art technology. My expertise lies in coding complex algorithms, and engineering robots to automate tasks with precision and efficiency. I'm a passionate coder who is always exploring cutting-edge technologies and pushing the boundaries of what's possible.
Software Developer
Poland Poland
I also wrote Online Json Editor & 'Json/Xml to Excel converter'. It exports data to excel in the same way as the ReportExporters library does - plain/hierarchical views.
www.json-xls.com
Software Developer
Belgium Belgium
I am a former professional software developer (now a system admin) with an interest in everything that is about making hardware work. In the course of my work, I have programmed device drivers and services on Windows and linux.

I have written firmware for embedded devices in C and assembly language, and have designed and implemented real-time applications for testing of satellite payload equipment.

Generally, finding out how to interface hardware with software is my hobby and job.
CEO unemployable
Canada Canada
Christ Kennedy grew up in the suburbs of Montreal and is a bilingual Quebecois with a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from McGill University. He is unemployable and currently living in Moncton, N.B. writing his next novel.
Software Developer
Germany Germany
This member has not yet provided a Biography. Assume it's interesting and varied, and probably something to do with programming.
Software Developer (Senior)
Italy Italy
This member has not yet provided a Biography. Assume it's interesting and varied, and probably something to do with programming.
Singapore Singapore
This member has not yet provided a Biography. Assume it's interesting and varied, and probably something to do with programming.
Team Leader Microsoft
United States United States
I'm a software engineering professional with a decade of hands-on experience creating software and managing engineering teams. I graduated from the University of Waterloo in Honours Computer Engineering in 2012.

I started blogging at http://www.devleader.ca in order to share my experiences about leadership (especially in a startup environment) and development experience. Since then, I have been trying to create content on various platforms to be able to share information about programming and engineering leadership.

My Social:
YouTube: https://youtube.com/@DevLeader
TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@devleader
Blog: http://www.devleader.ca/
GitHub: https://github.com/ncosentino/
Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/ncosentino
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DevLeaderCa
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DevLeaderCa
Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/dev.leader
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickcosentino
Software Developer
Ireland Ireland
C# / SQL Server developer
Microsoft MVP (Azure) 2017
Microsoft MVP (Visual Basic) 2006, 2007
Founder New Vision Concepts
United States United States
I'm an electronics engineer. I worked for Texas Instruments in Dallas as part of their Equipment Group, which provided military electronics for the US Military. Raytheon bought that part of TI and I worked for Raytheon about 10 years before retiring in 2007.

In retirement I have started a company, New Vision Concepts, which provides software (EZReader) for folks with eye diseases such as macular degeneration. I got interested in using PowerBASIC for writing applications, using it to develop an app to help my mother-in-law read books. I've since expanded the software suite to about 100 apps for low vision users.

Wife, children, grandkids, tennis and EZReader consume my time. I'm busier in retirement than I was before I "retired"!

Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
In 1964, I was in the US Coast Guard when I wrote my first program. It was written in RPG (note no suffixing numbers). Programs and data were entered using punched cards. Turnaround was about 3 hours. So much for the "good old days!"

In 1970, when assigned to Washington DC, I started my MS in Mechanical Engineering. I specialized in Transportation. Untold hours in statistical theory and practice were required, forcing me to use the university computer and learn the FORTRAN language, still using punched cards!

In 1973, I was employed by the Norfolk VA Police Department as a crime analyst for the High Intensity Target program. There, I was still using punched cards!

In 1973, I joined Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). There, for the first time, I was introduced to a terminal with the ability to edit, compile, link, and test my programs on-line. CSC also gave me the opportunity to discuss technical issues with some of the brightest minds I've encountered during my career.

In 1975, I moved to San Diego to head up an IR&D project, BIODAB. I returned to school (UCSD) and took up Software Engineering at the graduate level. After BIODAB, I headed up a team that fixed a stalled project. I then headed up one of the two most satisfying projects of my career, the Automated Flight Operations Center at Ft. Irwin, CA.

I left Anteon Corporation (the successor to CSC on a major contract) and moved to Pensacola, FL. For a small company I built their firewall, given free to the company's customers. An opportunity to build an air traffic controller trainer arose. This was the other most satisfying project of my career.

Today, I consider myself capable.
Technical Lead
Australia Australia
This member has not yet provided a Biography. Assume it's interesting and varied, and probably something to do with programming.
United States United States
Just a shiny lil monster. Casts spells in C++. Mostly harmless.
Web Developer
United States United States
Igor is a business intelligence consultant working in Tampa, Florida. He has a BS in Finance from University of South Carolina and Masters in Information Management System from University of South Florida. He also has following professional certifications: MCSD, MCDBA, MCAD.
Engineer
Germany Germany
Retired
Chief Technology Officer robotecnik
Spain Spain
I'm from Catalonia (in Spain) and a specialist in CNC, PLC, robotics and automation in general.

From 1998 I've been developing software applications for the automation market.

I'm using different technologies in each case to get the proper result, fieldbus communications, special electronics, special laser sensors, artificial vision, robot arms, CNC applications, PLC's...

www.robotecnik.com[^] - robots, CNC and PLC programming
United States United States
This member has not yet provided a Biography. Assume it's interesting and varied, and probably something to do with programming.
United States United States
This member has not yet provided a Biography. Assume it's interesting and varied, and probably something to do with programming.
Technical Lead
United States United States
Doing this stuff for nearly 40 years now. Lots of GUIs, drivers, services, all starting on Windows 3.1 all the way through 11 with some CE / Windows Mobile thrown in way back when. I've been doing Android in addition to Windows for over 10 years. My stuff has all been one-of-a-kind for various external customers and in-house use, nothing commercial. Problem domain is usually data gathering, hardware control, "allow the user to control it easily," and data analysis / manipulation.

Prior MO was to get an assignment of "build us something to do X," create requirements after a huddle with the hardware engineers, get customer approval, and build it. If it took more than 9 months, it was unusual! Now, I'm working on the "same" thing on both Windows and Android -- not true cross platform (except for the C underneath doing data manipulation) but a project that does the same thing on both Windows and Android, and can exchange data between the two platforms. The product runs on a 9 - 12 month release cycle, so it's still mostly the same MO, just now features / enhancements to the same product instead of creating a new product each time.

I work mostly in Windows and Android but I did have a 2.5 year period where I was Linux heavy with the requirement of cross-platform with Embedded Windows XP - a full system from PCI driver through service / daemon to UI. A controller / test bench running on the single-board-computer sitting on a proprietary board with some cutting-edge hardware.
Canada Canada
This member has not yet provided a Biography. Assume it's interesting and varied, and probably something to do with programming.
Software Developer (Senior) Kens Learning Curve
Netherlands Netherlands
I am a C# developer for over 20 years. I worked on many different projects, different companies, and different techniques. I was a C# teacher for people diagnosed with ADHD and/or autism. Here I have set up a complete training for them to learn programming with C#, basic cloud actions, and architecture. The goal was to help them to learn developing software with C#. But the mission was to help them find a job suitable to their needs.

Now I am enjoying the freedom of traveling the world. Learning new ways to teach and bring information to people through the internet.
Chief Technology Officer
Norway Norway
This member has not yet provided a Biography. Assume it's interesting and varied, and probably something to do with programming.
Web Developer
United States United States
Lee is a Microsoft MVP and a prolific writer, speaker, and youtuber on .Net and open source topics. Lee is a Solution Samurai at InfernoRed ( http://infernoredtech.com). When not coding he enjoys running, mountain biking, smoking brisket, electronics, 3D printing, and woodworking. He is active on twitter where you can reach him @lprichar ( https://twitter.com/lprichar).
Architect Interacx
United States United States
Blog: https://marcclifton.wordpress.com/
Home Page: http://www.marcclifton.com
Research: http://www.higherorderprogramming.com/
GitHub: https://github.com/cliftonm

All my life I have been passionate about architecture / software design, as this is the cornerstone to a maintainable and extensible application. As such, I have enjoyed exploring some crazy ideas and discovering that they are not so crazy after all. I also love writing about my ideas and seeing the community response. As a consultant, I've enjoyed working in a wide range of industries such as aerospace, boatyard management, remote sensing, emergency services / data management, and casino operations. I've done a variety of pro-bono work non-profit organizations related to nature conservancy, drug recovery and women's health.
Software Developer
Serbia Serbia
Mark Pelf is the pen name of just another Software Engineer from Belgrade, Serbia.
My Blog https://markpelf.com/
Software Developer Condor Informatique
Italy Italy
Computer literacy (software) : Languages: PHP, Javascript, SQL Autoit,Basic4Android; Frameworks: JOOMLA!
Teaching/Training skills on Office, WEB site development and programming languages.
Others : WEB site development.
UNDP Missions
feb – may 2003 Congo DR Bukavu: ground IT computer course
nov 2003 Burundi Bujumbura: Oracle Data Base course
feb 2005 Burundi Bujumbura: JAVA course
mar 2005 Mali Kati: MS Office course
oct 2006 Mali Kati: MS Office course
jun 2006 Burkina Faso Bobo Dioulasso: MS Office course
jun 2007 Burkina Faso Bobo Dioulasso: MS Office course
may 2007 Argentina Olavarria hospital: Internet application for access to medical records
apr 2008 Burkina Faso Ouagadougou: MS ACCESS and dynamic Internet applications
jun 2008 Niger Niamey: analysis of the computing needs of the Niamey hospital
may 2009 Burkina Faso Ouagadougou: MS ACCESS and dynamic Internet applications
oct 2010 Niger Niamey: analysis of the computing needs of the Niamey hospital (following)
Region Piedmont project Evaluation
mar 2006 Burkina Faso, Niger
mar 2007 Benin, Burkina Faso, Niger
sep 2008 Benin, Burkina Faso, Niger
Others
feb 2010 Burundi Kiremba hospital: MS Office course
feb 2011 Congo DR Kampene hospital: MS Office course
Software Developer (Senior) Magellan Health Services
United States United States
This member has not yet provided a Biography. Assume it's interesting and varied, and probably something to do with programming.
Software Developer
Greece Greece
I'm working in C++, PHP , Java, Windows, iOS, Android and Web (HTML/Javascript/CSS).

I 've a PhD in Digital Signal Processing and Artificial Intelligence and I specialize in Pro Audio and AI applications.

My home page: https://www.turbo-play.com
Retired
United States United States
Currently enjoying retirement and working on projects without pressure, deadlines or any kind of management.
CEO
Wales Wales
Born at an early age, he grew older. At the same time, his hair grew longer, and was tied up behind his head.
Has problems spelling the word "the".
Invented the portable cat-flap.
Currently, has not died yet. Or has he?
Software Developer (Senior) RADDev Publishing
United States United States
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler."
Technical Writer CodeProject
Canada Canada
Sean Ewington is the Content Manager for CodeProject.

His background in programming is primarily C++ and HTML, but has experience in other, "unsavoury" languages.

He loves movies, and likes to say inconceivable often, even if it does not mean what he thinks it means.
Software Developer (Senior)
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Research Associate in Computational Neuroscience at The University of Sheffield. I build developmental biology simulations in C++. I use high performance OpenGL visualisation to help.
Architect
United States United States
Physics, physical and quantum optics, mathematics, computer science, control systems for manufacturing, diagnostics, testing, and research, theory of music, musical instruments… Contact me: https://www.SAKryukov.org
Retired Cold Elm
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Ex Geologist, Project Manager, Web Hoster, Business Owner and IT Consultant. Now, a traveller to places less travelled. And part time developer trying to keep up!

If you feel like saying thanks, the next time you see a charity request, DONATE. No matter how small, no matter who, it'll count. If you have a choice in the UK, Barnados.
Software Developer www.VSubhash.in
India India
V. Subhash is an invisible Indian writer, programmer and illustrator. In 2020, he wrote one of the biggest jokebooks of all time and then ended up with over two dozen mostly non-fiction books including Linux Command-Line Tips & Tricks (first paperback to have syntax highlighting in colour), CommonMark Ready Reference (the first book on CommonMark), PC Hardware Explained, Cool Electronic Projects and How To Install Solar. His book Quick Start Guide to FFmpeg was published by Apress/SpringerNature in 2023. He wrote, illustrated, designed and produced all of his books using only open-source software. Subhash has programmed in more than a dozen languages (as varied as assembly, Java and Javascript); published software for desktop (NetCheck), mobile (Subhash Browser & RSS Reader) and web (TweetsToRSS); and designed several websites. As of 2024, he is working on a portable Javascript-free CMS using plain-jane PHP and SQLite. Subhash also occasionally writes for Open Source For You magazine and CodeProject.com.
Software Developer (Senior)
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Here just for fun

Contest Entries and Requirements

  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.
  2. Entries must be an article, or blog entry.
  3. Articles entries must follow the CodeProject submission guidelines.
  4. No cheating, lying, plagiarizing articles, chicanery, or kicking.
  5. No author can be nominated twice.
  6. In the event an article has multiple authors and/or contributors, the number of prizes issued is solely at the discretion of the prize issuer.
  7. In the event of a tie, the number of prizes issued is solely at the discretion of the prize issuer.
  8. Multiple votes from the same IP will be automatically disqualified.
  9. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  10. Only those who live in jurisdictions in which this contest is legal may enter.
  11. Any breach of the rules and the prize will be awarded to the runner up.
  12. By entering the contest you agree to the rules, conditions of entry, and agree that your member alias and any submitted material can be used for promotional purposes by CodeProject.
  13. Entries shall be deemed to be submitted by the authorized account holder of the email address submitted at the time of entry unless clearly indicated otherwise. "Authorized account holder" is defined as the natural person who is assigned to an email address by an internet access provider, on-line service provider, or other organization (e.g. business, educational institution, etc.) that is responsible for assigning email addresses for the domain associated with the submitted email address.

Eligibility

This competition is open to software development professionals & enthusiasts who are of the age of majority in their jurisdiction of residence; however, residents of Quebec and of the following countries are ineligible to participate due to legal constraints: Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria. Employees (or a member of their immediate family) of CodeProject or any of their affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising or promotional agencies are also ineligible to participate. Void where prohibited by law.

How to Enter

Entry is by the submission process described above. Please read the submission requirements before submitting your entry and ensure the article is tagged with at least one of the tags corresponding to that competition's category.

Lost, late, misdirected, or illegible entries will be disqualified. Any entry containing content that CodeProject deems objectionable for any reason will be disqualified. All decisions of CodeProject with respect to any aspect of the competition, including, without limitation, the eligibility of entries, are final and binding on all entrants in all matters as they relate to this competition. CodeProject reserves its right to modify the Rules.

CodeProject assumes no responsibility for lost, late, delayed, destroyed or misdirected mail, voice messages, email or any computer errors or malfunctions. No correspondence will be entered into with entrants.

CodeProject does not assume any responsibility for incorrect or inaccurate capture of entry information, technical malfunctions, human or technical error, lost, delayed or garbled data or transmissions, omission, interruption, deletion, defect or failures of any telephone or computer line or network, computer equipment, software or any combination thereof. Entry materials/data that have been tampered with or altered are void. If for any reason, in the opinion of CodeProject in its sole discretion, the competition is not capable of running as originally planned, or if the administration, security, fairness, integrity or the proper conduct of the competition is corrupted or adversely affected, including by reason of infection by computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorized intervention, fraud, technical failures or any other causes beyond its control, CodeProject reserves its right to cancel, terminate, modify, amend, extend or suspend the competition including cancelling any method of entry, and select a winner from previously received eligible entries. CodeProject reserves its right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual it finds to be tampering with the entry process or the operation of the competition or to be acting in violation of the Rules or otherwise in a disruptive manner. CodeProject reserves its right to seek remedies and damages to the fullest extent of the law for any attempts to deliberately damage the competition web site or to undermine the legitimate operation of this competition. CodeProject shall not be held responsible for any errors or negligence that may arise or occur in connection with the competition including any damage to an entrant's computer equipment, system, software or any combination thereof, as a result of their participation in this competition or from downloading any material from the competition website where applicable.

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