In the latest Python tutorial series, we look at loading MicroPython onto six different microcontroller development boards.

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Cool thanks! Looks awesome! I’ll have to check it out. =)
Not really a “workshop” – it’s a presentation aimed at (non-“techie”) senior citizens who’ve been hearing the words “micro:bit”, “Arduino”,…
I’m glad to see the FR-1 board availability, though given the price of a CNC machine and my budget, I can generally put up with the couple…
It’s just incredible! Guys fellows and great effort. This will undoubtedly be a contribution to education. I would like other educational…
Aaaah…that would be most unfortunate. What do you mean “noticable?” Is this a workshop?
I use it to call periodic logging events for sensors or check in logs to servers. Great for iot projects! Allows your code to be very tight…
Very helpful, very clear. Thank you. Haven’t tried it!… but will be my first port of call when I need this. I particularly liked the…
Thanks, Shawn! I’m working on a presentation which I’m planning on running from a Zero connected to the projector in order to convince the…
One other thing: If you have problems with @reboot stuff coming up before all of the other stuff is done, stick in a…
I have not tested this, but it looks like you can add the following to /home/pi/.config/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart: @xset s noblank @xset…

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