Licensing

Being a software developer, I’m well aware of the risks we take when we take other programmers’ advice on code  Not only do we expose ourselves to unseen flaws in their work, but unseen licensing traps, which have ensnared software companies of every size and industry. Since I, too, rely on the experiences of others in my own work, I feel it’s only fair to share and share alike. Therefore, all the code segments and files presented publicly on my blog are free for your use under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License. Feel free to use, share, and edit these works for your purposes, commercial or personal. If you choose to blog about my work, all I ask is that you include a link in your article to my original article. If you choose to include some of my code in your application, it would be nice if you included a comment indicating your source, but I won’t hold you to it. You need not copy or conform to my license or include any public attribution to me or my work in your application.

As a reminder, all the code I post here is given to you as-is, with no guarantee of support. Feel free to email me or, better yet, post a comment asking for help, and I will do my best to help you, but it’s simply impractical for me to make guarantees, as much as I’d like to.

With that being said, I hope you will be enriched and enlightened by my work, as I have been by so many others.

All the best,
Daniel