This November we’ve had the privilege to hold a lecture and workshop at the University of Pisa where we explained and demonstrated to the students how simple Python programming is with Zerynth tools.
The title of the event was “From “Hello World” to professional IoT applications with Zerynth”. As you can see from the title, we tried to cover everything from simple Hello World examples to building IoT applications. Appropriately, the event took place at the Computer Science department at the University of Pisa.
Workshop with Zerynth tools at the University of Pisa
Of course, it’s always best to actually show people how to use our tools and to let them try them out for themselves. That’s when they ask all the important questions and learn why Zerynth Studio is so talked about.
After we’ve covered the basic information, we showed the students how to:
- run multithreading Python scripts on a 32-bit microcontroller in a few clicks
- read data from a digital sensor using Python
- send data from a microcontroller to a cloud in 15 lines of simple Python
How to send data to the Cloud in 15 lines of Python
If you want to try out some of the examples from the workshop yourself, you can take a look at our “Sending data to the Cloud in 15 lines of Python” tutorial. It’s a guide on how to send sensor data to the Cloud, in an easy, secure, and cost-effective way with Zerynth tools.
Download Zerynth Studio
You can do all of this stuff too! It’s just the matter of downloading Zerynth Studio.
Zerynth Studio is free to download and available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. And if you don’t know where to start, we’ve got you covered. Zerynth Academy holds numerous tutorials for every knowledge level. Simply find the one that you think is right for you and start following the steps.