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We’re kicking off another competition today, to win a copy of Code Collector Pro. We reviewed the application a few days ago, and found it to be a solid solution for managing a library of code snippets and sharing them online.

We have two licenses to give away, and entering is remarkably easy (as always!). All you need to do is become a fan of our Facebook page. We’ll be selecting two of our awesome Facebook fans as winners in one week, on Monday 16th November.

PS. We’re also working on an absolutely huge Christmas giveaway across the AppStorm sites. Full details will be coming soon, but our prize fund is currently at around $6,000 of hardware and software. Stay tuned!

It’s nice to be able to memorize multiple lines of code, and I applaud you if you’re able to do so. For others like me, though, remembering every different snippet of code can be a challenge. You could always refer to your 300-page programming book, but that’s a lengthy process to repeat on a regular basis.

Wouldn’t it be great to have a library of your most important code snippets always available on your Mac? If the answer is yes, Code Collector Pro could be a good solution. In this article, we are going to take a detailed look at Code Collector Pro and it’s companion web application, codecollector.net.

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