This talk was given at PyCascades 2019 in Seattle, WA.
Python opens a whole new world of working with wearable electronics. MicroPython and CircuitPython are Python variants that can run with just 256k of storage space and 16k of RAM. Learn how to program LEDs with Python, to light up your life with code and creativity.
If you're interested in projects like these Python-powered LED earrings, I'll be speaking on the topic at @pycascades this February.— 𝙽𝚒𝚗𝚊 𝚉𝚊𝚔𝚑𝚊𝚛𝚎𝚗𝚔𝚘 💜🐍 (@nnja) December 17, 2018
talk: https://t.co/jt2qWo0MJN pic.twitter.com/ikf9tL5qYU
The interactive level of presentations at @pycascades has really blown me away. This is a young community #Python conference and each speaker is bringing it! Here’s @nnja showing us programming @adafruit circuit playground express. #PyCascades2019 pic.twitter.com/etlIQrmQu5— Loooorena 🐯 "La Tigresa" 🐯 Mesa (@loooorenanicole) February 24, 2019
My two girls can thank @pycascades, @tannewt and @nnja when UPS-Santa brings them @adafruit #CircuitPlaygroundExpress next week! No earrings yet, but maybe some interactive map with conductive paint? 🤔 #Python #PyCascade2019 pic.twitter.com/S5E1pMWmFY— ericchou (@ericchou) February 26, 2019
Suggestions for code editors: VS Code with Python module, Mu Editor (good for beginners), Programming with EduBlocks (Scratch like drag + drop blocks running Python 3 under the hood) @nnja #PyCascades2019— commandasaurus 🦕 (@amcasari) February 24, 2019
I can hardly wait for the talk to be available on YouTube. I wanna watch it with my daughters. Getting those boards right now. @nnja thank you so much.— William Hakizimana (@willyhakim) February 27, 2019
Hard to believe that it was almost 2 years ago that I prototyped a Jupyter kernel for @CircuitPython. Would love to see more work done on it. @nnja inspiring me to do more hardware. #PyCascades2019 https://t.co/GMPsL5PmDO— Carol Willing (@WillingCarol) February 24, 2019
So, roughly two days into using it, I think I love @code enough to switch to it as my full-time editor.— Philip @ Home (@phildini) February 27, 2019
All thanks and praise to @nnja, who piqued my interest by using it in her @pycascades talk, and to @tannewt for patiently helping me with #circuitpython things during sprints