Waltham, MA, June 6, 2010 – Telerik, a leading vendor of development tools and solutions for the Microsoft .NET Platform announced today that it has been recognized with a CodeProject 2010 Members Choice Award in the Silverlight Tools category. The Code Project, one of the world’s largest online developer communities, announced the winners of their Second Annual Members Choice awards for best development products and tools at a reception preceding Microsoft’s TechEd 2010 conference in New Orleans.
“We are honored to be acknowledged by the CodeProject community for our products’ excellence,” said Svetozar Georgiev, Telerik CEO. “At Telerik we strive to offer cutting edge solutions for every aspect of the software development process and this award reflects the true recognition of our customers and users. Being selected by CodeProject members for a second consecutive year confirms that we are moving in the right direction.”
CodeProject.com members were asked to rate their favorite development tools at the CodeProject website, http://catalog.codeproject.com/ based on members experience in-the-field. Products receiving the highest rating in each product category were recognized. Telerik ranks highest in the Silverlight Tools category.
“As before, The Code Project Members Choice Awards reflect the diversity and depth of the tools available to professional developers around the world,” Jeff Hadfield, president of The Code Project (USA). “This past year has brought even more user interface (UI) tools but also more tools to support all aspects of the development process. Congratulations to the winners, and to the development community for encouraging innovation and excellence.”
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