Last night I’ve received a message from Code Project letting me know that I received the CodeProject MVP award for my work at Code Project.
CodeProject is enormous community of technology writers with tones of technical articles, and I’m prod to received this award for my work at CodeProject.
Those who have spent their time answering questions in the forums and writing great articles. MVP status is awarded annually based on ones contributions, and the feedback of the other members. Members of this group get an MVP icon next to their names in the forums and in their profile.
I’ll like to Thank Guy Burstein for his guidance and excellent advices on how to write good articles so my readers will enjoy reading a clean and understandable article.
Also, a special thanks is in order for my managers at Sela Group: David Bassa, Caro Segal and Ishai Ram for giving me the time to invest in the developers community.
Here is some of my articles:
- Add Your Control On Top Another Application
How To Use Win32 To Add Your Control On Top Another Application Using Win32 Hooks
- Kinect – Getting Started – Become The Incredible Hulk
Getting Started with Kinect – Create Project, Control the Camera Angle and use Skeleton Tracking
- Extending Visual Studio Setup Project
Extending Visual Studio Setup Project for Building Reliable Windows Installer (MSI)
- Working With Silverlight PivotViewer
What is Silverlight Pivotviewer and how to connect it to your Silverlight application