r/tinycode

21k subscribers
created in 2011
last scan 6/20/2019


This subreddit is about minimalistic, often but not always simple implementations of just about everything. tiny code / minimalistic programming / yagni / kiss / dry **TL;DR: Low line count, high quality**
https://reddit.com/r/tinycode/

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