Right to Copy
A friend of mine, Laurens Waling, works at a consultancy firm called Alares. He told me about this thing they introduced in their company called "right to copy" which basically means that anything they do, they will share on the web and everyone can use it, remix it as they see fit for free. I think this is a great way to share knowledge and he made me decide to make everything on this site "right to copy".
If you happen to use anything on this site, I would appreciate a comment or reference, but it is not neccesary.
You are free to copy, share on social media, remix or otherwise reuse the content on this site as you see fit. You don't require my consent and I don't need to be informed of you using my content.