If you are an IoT enthusiast like us, if you want to learn more about working in Python, if you want to hear more about the LoRaWAN protocol stop by Hall 4, Stand 282.
News about Zerynth
Python and LoRaWAN were hot topics in Amsterdam during The Things Conference. The hottest topics it would seem, from the number of people who decided to join us in our workshop: “How to become an IoT developer if you are a web developer”.
It’s that time of the year for highlighting remarkable moments and we’re excited to share an overview of Zerynth’s growth with you!
Thrilling news from a Zerynth-partner: 4zerobox is live on Kickstarter!
With the Ubidots-Zerynth integration, firmware developers can now connect their designs to the cloud in just a few lines of Python.
A panel of experts lead by Zerynth, AAEON Europe and the University of Pisa, will discuss how LPWANs are enabling IoT and Industry 4.0 applications.
Zerynth is now officially recommended by Espressif Systems as professional firmware toolkit for ESP32, its tiny yet powerful chip born for Internet of Things applications.
How to use Zerynth to program the Arduino MKR1000 in Python and create secure battery-powered projects for the IoT.
Python isn’t just the most-popular language for introductory CS programs and hobbyist, it’s also the fastest-growing language for embedded computing.
Once again Zerynth was a technology partner at the Summer School organized by the MAST Foundation. In collaboration with Coesia and Dallara