Codenames in practical use
A codename is often used for projects in modern business and industry. The codename can make the project easier to
cope and remember. It can be a convenient way to temporarily naming a project, which final outcome can be hard
Some of the more well known code names from the computer industry is Microsofts codenames for their different Windows
Operating Systems. Chicago (Windows 95), Daytona (Windows NT 3.5), Memphis (Windows 98),
Whistler (Windows XP) and Longhorn (Windows Vista).
A similar naming tradition can be found for example in the Apple universe or in open source Ubuntu project, where
each new release uses animals names.
Military code names
Also in military operations code names are commonly used. Several military code names are very well known in the public.
E.g. "Overlord" which was the allied invasion of northwest Europe in the spring of 1944 in World War 2.
And "Desert Storm" was the military codename
for the American invasion of Iraq in 1991.
Military use of a code name serve two purposes. First of course it helps to keep the operation secret.
Secondly it helps to inspire the troops, win the public and add a sense of adventure and glory
to otherwise cruel and dangerous military operations.
Read more about Codenames at the Wikipedia.
Code names for girls
If you need a secret name for your girl, the codename generator will make it for you.
Perfect for making code names for girls. I doubt the "blending moose" can recognize herself in that
Code names for guys
And of course you can also use it to make code name for guys.
Bet your girl friends can't guess your guys name, when you make him a cool code name.
If you are looking for a more cute nicks for girls or boys check the
Nickname Generator for more appropriate suggestions.
Fast and easy
The code generator is based on modern programming and the latest web
to speed up name generation.
the users browser, where the script is executed.
User research shows that the vast majority of users just want and need the core functionality. Therefore my main
philosophy, when it comes to interface design is that,
Online tools and applications should be easy to use.
So the code generator
is indeed easy to use. The big button is easy to spot and the names instantly are written in huge bold types.
And if you miss one, you just check the dynamically generated list with all the outputs.