The Codemotion Python challenge has ended, and we’re happy to tell you that we’ll share the names of the talented winners.
News about Zerynth
The TOI – Things on Internet team has just finished their week-long course at the La Salle Campus in Barcelona. The students got a unique opportunity to learn from industry experts.
Learn how to create a Python programmable UVA and UVB sensor with Zerynth Studio and XinaBox.
In the next three months, our partner TOI – Things on Internet will be showing use cases and running SPRINT 4.0 workshops with Zerynth powered devices in three European universities. The first workshop will be in Barcelona, from the 8th until the 12th of July.
Do you remember how popular our Zerynth lamp tutorial was? It had over 8,000 views on Hackster. Everyone wanted to make their own Python programmable ambient light.
Well, now it got an update, and it’s compatible with the latest version of Zerynth.
Have you ever wondered what’s the story of Zerynth? How did our company start? What’s the idea behind it? If you did, you’re not alone. That is why we presented our story titled “Introduction to Zerynth” at this year’s Pycon X.
Do you want to learn how to build IoT and Industry 4.0 applications using Python on microcontrollers? We’ll show you everything, step-by-step. Join us for a two-session workshop, on September 2nd, in the UK at the Wuthering Bytes 2019.
RS Components cyclists raise money for Children with Cancer UK – we tracked their journey with the Zerynth powered Polaris
We are extremely happy to report that the RS Components team has raised over £200,000 for Children with Cancer UK. Thanks to the Zerynth powered Polaris, we had a chance to be a part of that journey.
The Lincoln project ran some tests in Pisa, so we wanted to share in the information with you. After all, it’s our favorite marine solution in Python.
The Zerynth powered Polaris, an open IoT platform, is going to be a part of the RS Tour de Branch...