Last week we wrapped things up with The Things Conference Italy in Pisa and started packing for the Maker Faire in Rome. We thought that everyone who couldn’t make it to Pisa for the conference now has a chance to meet us in Rome.
On October 11th we welcomed developers from all over the world into the GATE Centre for The Things Conference Italy. It was a day dedicated to learning about LoRaWAN and Python for IoT and industry 4.0 applications.
We came across a wonderful Zerynth-powered DIY fan project on hackster.io and we wanted to share it with you. It features most of the xChips from XinaBox that we used in our own tutorials, so it’s easy to follow.
Since the last preparations for The Things Conference Italy are done, we wanted to share with you the most exciting part – a detailed description of all the workshops.
Only a couple of hours and the 40% discount on the conference tickets ends. If you haven’t gotten yours yet, hurry up and get them while the offer lasts.
We’ve got a very exciting announcement for all of you who are coming to The Things Conference Italy in a couple of days. The workshops will feature kits from our partner and hardware sponsor XinaBox.
Espressif Systems has published an article on their blog about all the Zerynth tutorials for ESP32-based devices. A neat and useful overview that everyone needs to check out, no matter their skill level.
We are happy to announce our partnership with Python Italia, the popular community of Python enthusiasts in Italy.
Since The Things Conference on Tour is just around the corner, we thought that you might be wondering who are the companies that also want to spread the knowledge about LoRaWAN and Python, and who are helping us by sponsoring the event.
TOI (Things on Internet) has made a Blockchain-based tracking system that monitors shipments of goods. It’s a highly practical system that provides security to this field.