Unless stated otherwise:
- Blog Posts: Any source code in my blog posts written by myself (and not from another source) is available under the MIT License unless stated otherwise.
- Personal Projects: Any source code in a project written solely by myself is available under the MIT License unless stated otherwise.
- Group Projects: Any source code in a group project is not available for use, unless an explicit license is given. Unfortunately, as most of these projects are not open source, I haven’t negotiated a license for the code and thus cannot personally grant the right for re-use. You’re welcome to take a look at the code, but you unfortunately cannot use it in your own projects.
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