Are you ready for the next Zerynth Continuous Learning session? We'll be holding the learning session in our offices in Pisa. So, naturally, we are going to record everything and share it with you, over our YouTube channel.
Would you like to learn more about debugging? Would you like to get tips and examples? If you do, you're right on time, because we have just made a video about it.
A couple of weeks ago, we were lucky to hold an online webinar to the students at the University of Salerno. We introduced them to the Internet of Things and Zerynth tools.
Last week we held our second Zerynth Continuous Learning webinar, titled "Zen and the Art of Embedded Debugging". As you can see from the title, this time we talked about embedded debugging.
We're happy to let you know that we'll be holding our second Zerynth Continuous Learning webinar on Thursday, May 28th, at 4 pm. The title of this exciting educational presentation is "Zen and the Art of Embedded Debugging". Sounds interesting, doesn't it?
We're proud to let you know that we have been a part of an IoT project, called Close To Me, that can help the fight against COVID-19. We teamed up with the University of Pisa, and a couple of other companies and startups to make a smart wearable device that measures the distance between people and determines what is safe.
We're happy to let you know, that two of our interns just finished and published their thesis at the University of Pisa, using Zerynth tools.
You'll be glad to know that we've just published a new step by step guide for enabling Zerynth programming in Visual Studio Code for developing Internet of Things applications.
Last week we held our fourth Zerynth Live Support session on YouTube. It was another great opportunity for everyone to learn about IoT development from the Zerynth experts, and to see questions from the Forum answered live.
Luigi F. Cerfeda, our Head of Sales, was just interviewed by Tecnologia&Innovazione one of Italy's top tech magazines, where he talked about solving problems in the industry 4.0, and how Zerynth works out problems related to the collection of data from machines and industrial environments.