The Internet of Things is well on the way to becoming a household term. We all know about home automation, Amazon’s Alexa and how it’s easy to turn lights on and off with your phone. But what to people know about developing for the IoT?

That’s why we try to teach students and developers more about IoT development. Last year we held several workshops that introdued people to the subjet of Internet of Things and Zerynth.

One of our users just held a workshop of his own! Abdul Hannan Mustajab, held a “Introduction to the Internet of Things” workshop at the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in India.

As you can see from the images, the computer departement at the university was pretty crowded during the workshop.

Here’s what Abdul had to say about his experience with Zerynth, and our team:

I’m thankful to the Zerynth team and their marketing head, Mr. Luigi Francesco Cerfeda for helping me organize this event. Everyone loved Zerynth and was curious to know more about it and start using it.

We couldn’t be happier to hear how everyone loved Zerynth tools. Especially to see students learning new skills and gaining knowlegde about IoT and Python programming. When we started Zerynth, we had this inniciative in sight – to help students and beginners enter the world of IoT without any trouble.

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to set up a workshop like this as well, at your university or company.

Smart cooling systems and Zerynth tools

Abdul was kind enough to take time and answer some of our questions about his experience with Zerynth. Here is what he had to say:

1. When did you first learn about Zerynth?
Well I learned about Zerynth from one of your of ex employees Lorenzo Rizello who was my e-friend. We had met over Instagram and he liked my projects. At that time I was working on a smart cabin cooling system where he suggested me to use Zerynth to code the NodeMCU for that project. After checking out zerynth and the documentation I literally loved it.

2. What is your favorite thing about developing with Zerynth?

My favourite part about developing with Zerynth is its very easy integration with leading cloud services and the most important one is its code reusability for different microcontrollers. Like I don’t have to keep on writing code for every different microcontroller. Then ofc, it uses python and what can be better than that.

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