We really had a great time at the Embedded World 2019 in Nuremberg this week. It’s not just that we met a ton of people interested in Python and IoT, it’s the fact that we got a chance to share our knowledge and expertise with them.
Cypress and Zerynth demo – Python on PSoC® 6 microcontrollers for Internet of Things and Blockchain applications
We plan to make this Embedded World the best one yet. That is why we have decided to collaborate on a demo with Cypress.We will be focusing on the PSoC 6 microcontrollers.
Embedded World 2019 is less than a month away, so start planning your trip to Nuremberg, because the Zerynth team will be waiting for you there.
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.
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
Zerynth currently supports several Microchip MCUs and modules, including SAM3X8 and SAMD21 devices, with support for PIC32 devices coming soon.
Come to see our Microchip-based LoRa Network programmed in Python using Zerynth!
We just released a new version of Zerynth (r2.0.5) with a lot of new functionalities, new supported hardware, better stability and an enhanced UX.