You will be able to find us at Stand No: 342. If you’re not sure where that will be, check out the floorplan of the Expo. If you get really lost, try sniffing the air for Python enthusiasts, and you’ll find us.
News about Zerynth
Connecting smart devices and improving the quality of IoT development is a common passion and goal, so the field of IoT will certainly benefit from this new partnership.
Here’s is a summary of what we discussed, displayed and taught.
We are happy to announce that a revamped version of the Zerynth Community Forum is up and running!
The Lincoln project is an EU Horizon 2020 research project focused on creating innovative cloud-connected marine vessels for the monitoring, management, and optimization of operational processes in the nautical sector.
The webinar will introduce how and why to build IoT solutions in Python using Zerynth and Google Cloud IoT Core.
It was a whirlwind, a pleasure, an opportunity to teach and learn new things – Embedded World 2018 in Nuremberg was everything we expected and more.
Day 2 at Embedded World fair dawned bright and we were ready for the visitors. Fueled by the fun we had yesterday, the booth was filled with enthusiasm and energy.
We just got back from our first day at the Embedded World fair in Nuremberg. It was exciting from beginning to end for everyone in the Zerynth team, so we wanted to share some images with you.
We are proud to announce the launch of the new and improved version of our ecosystem – Zerynth 2.1.0 is now available.
This is a significant update, as you will see from the rest of the post. We have transformed Zerynth from being the Python for microcontrollers to being the middleware for IoT.