We had such a wonderful time this April in Florence, at the PyCon NOVE, and since we know that some people didn’t manage to come to Florence and join us, we decided to share the video of the whole Zerynth presentation with you here. Besides, just enough time has passed, for everyone that was at the PyCon, to watch the video and refresh their memory.

Just a heads up, the video is in Italian, but the presentation slides are in English, so even if you don’t speak Italian it’s quite easy to follow.

What topics did we cover?

First of all, we had a quick introduction to what Zerynth actually is, and how we began the company, through the Kickstarter campaign, all the way to the present moment. Then we moved on to what our mission is – reducing the complexity of connected IoT solutions and giving developers a set of tools they can rely on.

After that, we had a live demo session, moved on to different use cases, and wrapped things up with a quick Q&A.

The live session covered several topics:

  • how to run multithreading Python scripts on an electronic board based on a 32-bit microcontroller powered by Zerynth.
  • how to use Python to read data from analog and digital sensors attached to a microcontroller powered by Zerynth.
  • how to use Python to easily exchange data between an Espressif ESP32 board powered by Zerynth and the Cloud.

More about PyCon Italy

PyCon Italy is an international conference for Python enthusiasts, researchers, and professionals. As a bit of clarification for all the non-Italian speakers out there, “nove” means nine in Italian, so PyCon NOVE just lets you know it’s the ninth installment of the conference.

This year’s conference was held in Florence, from the 19th to the 22nd of April. It was a beautiful weekend of learning, discovering new things, and talking about Python of course.

Explore Zerynth tools

We hope you enjoyed the full video of the conference, and that you’ll join us next time. In the meantime, you can explore the Zerynth toolset: Zerynth Studio, Zerynth VM, and the Zerynth App.

Until next time,
The Zerynth team