Earlier today I received an email informing me that I have been awarded a CodeProject MVP for the year 2013. I am very grateful to CodeProject for this award – it is a very popular website for developers, with around 10 million members, and thousands of authors. It is an honour to be among the company of the ~30 other MVPs.
This year I have contributed five articles to Codeproject:
- Plotting Circular Relationship Graphs with Silverlight – An article that I wrote on my travels to Denmark, a bit of fun with data visualisation.
- A Gesture-Driven Windows Phone To-Do List – which describes how to create a to-do list application which is controlled via multi-touch gestures. This article won the “Best Mobile article of July 2012″ award.
- Property Finder – a Cross-Platform HTML5 Mobile App – which was an article about the use of HTML5 for cross-platform development, this was the ‘seed’ for the PropertyCross project
- Clearer – A Gesture-Driven Windows 8 To-Do Application – which was basically my attempt to win an Ultrabook by re-hashing my earlier Windows Phone article … which worked
That’s one more article than I contributed the previous year!
Regards, Colin E.