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?
Two days ago, during the fourth day of Wuthering Bytes 2019, we’ve had two fully-packed workshops about building IoT and Industry 4.0 applications using Python, with Zerynth tools.
After the week-long SPRINT 4.0 course that the TOI team has held in Barcelona, they are ready to travel to Bremen, Germany, to present the same curriculum to the students of BIBA University.
The TOI - Things on Internet team has just finished their week-long course at the La Salle Campus in Barcelona. The students got a unique opportunity to learn from industry experts.
In the next three months, our partner TOI - Things on Internet will be showing use cases and running SPRINT 4.0 workshops with Zerynth powered devices in three European universities. The first workshop will be in Barcelona, from the 8th until the 12th of July.
Do you want to learn how to build IoT and Industry 4.0 applications using Python on microcontrollers? We’ll show you everything, step-by-step. Join us for a two-session workshop, on September 2nd, in the UK at the Wuthering Bytes 2019.
Connecting the XMC4700 Relax Kit to the Cloud in simple Python – Zerynth team at the Infineon training session
Just as February began, we traveled to Munich, Germany, to join Infineon’s training session, and hold a workshop.
We’re back from The Things Conference in Amsterdam, and we couldn’t be happier with the way everything went. Our Python and LoRaWAN workshop was a complete hit. It was so crowded that some people were standing.