A few word about the projects and its goals.
30 seconds of code is an accessible high-quality knowledge base for developers of all skill levels, established in 2017. Since then, hundreds of short code snippets and programming articles have been created with the help of a large community of contributors. The goal is to make software development more accessible and help the open source community thrive by helping people learn to code.
30 seconds of code is developed, maintained and curated by Angelos Chalaris. I'm a professional software engineer, based in Greece, and 30 seconds of code is a side project I work on in my free time. My love for development and learning is what sparkled this idea and I've put a lot of effort into making it the best resource I've never had when I started out as a developer.
In order for the code provided via 30 seconds of code to be accessible and useful to as many developers as possible, snippets and articles are licensed under the CC-BY-4.0 License. This means they are free to use in any project you like as long as you give appropriate credit to this website.
This is especially important for content shared on the internet or as part of any educational material to ensure readers can always trace the content back to its original source and find updated versions that might have been published.
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