A few word about us, our goals and our projects.
30 seconds provides high-quality learning resources for developers of all skill levels in the form of snippet collections in various programming languages since its inception in 2017. Today, 30 seconds consists of a community of over 250 contributors and more than 10 maintainers, dedicated to creating the best short-form learning resources for software developers. Our goal is to make software development more accessible and help the open-source community grow by helping people learn to code for free.
Who we are
The 30 seconds movement and, to some extent, the associated GitHub organization consists of all the people who have invested time and ideas to be part of this amazing community. Meanwhile, the core team consists of a few select individuals who deal with organizational matters and dedicate larger amounts of time to keep everything up and running. If you want to reach us, please contact Angelos Chalaris, Isabelle Viktoria Maciohsek or Stefan Fejes.
In order for the code provided via the 30 seconds projects to be as accessible and useful as possible, all of the snippets in these collections are licensed under the CC0-1.0 License meaning they are absolutely free to use in any project you like. If you like what we do, you can always credit us, but that is not mandatory.
Logos, names and trademarks are not to be used without the explicit consent of the maintainers or owners of the 30 seconds GitHub organization. The only exception to this is the usage of the 30-seconds-of- name in open source projects, licensed under the CC0-1.0 License and hosted on GitHub, if their README and website clearly state that they are unofficial projects and in no way affiliated with the organization.