Wiley awarded Code Project’s 2011 Members Choice Awards for Best Books
The Code Project®, one of the world’s largest independent online developer communities, announced the winners of its 2011 Members Choice Awards for best development products and tools at a reception preceding Microsoft®’s TechEd 2011 conference in Atlanta.
CodeProject.com members were asked to rate their favorites on http://catalog.codeproject.com/ and were also polled for favorite products in a separate poll of finalists sent to randomly selected members. The Code Project editors then compiled the highest rated listings, awarding the highest ranked product in each category. The results reflect what products developers value most. Members chose which companies or products deserve recognition, based on in-the-field experience.
Wiley received the highest number of votes from CodeProject.com members in the Book category. Known for its high-quality programming books with titles across a number of brands including Wrox, Sybex, and For Dummies, Wiley is a proven favorite publishing books and digital product accessible to everyone from beginners to experienced programmers. Professional Android 2 Application Development and Professional Team Foundation Server 2010 are examples of recent titles to have reached bestseller status in the field of programming books.
About the Code Project
The Code Project is one of the largest development communities in the world, comprising involved professional developers, development managers, and architects. An industry-leading community since 1999, The Code Project has more than 7.7 million registered members since its inception. Developers worldwide contribute quality, how-to articles about all aspects of development, including Web, mobile, Windows, server, and more. Over 3.8 million developers visit the site each month to access its lively discussion boards and over 32,000 articles, complete with source code and examples. www.codeproject.com
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