DelftStack is a resource for everyone interested in the varieties of programming, embedded software and also electronics. It covers the programming languages like Python, C/C++, C# and so on in the first development stage of this website. Open source hardware also falls in the scope of the website, like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and BeagleBone. DelftStack aims to provide tutorials, how-to’s and also cheat sheets to different levels of developers and/or hobbyists.
The website name - DelftStack is inspired by popular programming tutorial Youtube channel - TheNewBoston. DelftStack is named after the Dutch city - Delft where its founder lives for years, that is one of the most historical but meanwhile high-tech cities in the Netherlands. The contributors behind DelftStack are also willing to share their technical knowledge with a wide audience, especially for free. You are free (absolutely!) to copy, and distribute the content and code (with conditions as described below).
The website was built and is maintained by Jinku Hu.
The license for all code is under the MIT license. You could download all source code from the Github repository.
The license for the content is the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported. It means you are free to share and modify these works, as long as you shall link the content back to its original URL.