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Yegor Bugayenko
30 September 2018

Software Quality Award, 2019

This is the fifth year of the Software Quality Award. The prize is still the same—$4,096. The rules are still the same. Read on. Previous years are here: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018.


Each project must be:

The best project is selected using this criteria.

What doesn’t matter:

By the way, if you want to sponsor this award and increase the bonus, email me.

There were 22 projects submitted (in alphabetic order):

A few Java projects were reviewed by @driver733. Others I’ve reviewed myself (which was a very time consuming job, but I enjoyed it).

You can read all reviews in this text file. The decision is obvious this year. There are two projects, which are pretty good: fabriciofx/cactoos-jdbc and proshin-roman/finapi-java-client. They both are pretty small, but big enough to satisfy the competition requirements. Each of them gets $1,024 this year. This time I’m not going to send them the money directly, but will just fund their Zerocracy projects. They will be able to pay themselves or other programmers there.

Here are your badges:


Put this code into GitHub README (replace ??? with your GitHub name in the URL):

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  style="height:45px;" alt='winner'/></a>

Thanks to everybody for your participation! See you next year.