Have you ever wondered what’s the story of Zerynth? How did our company start? What’s the idea behind it? If you did, you’re not alone. That is why we presented our story titled “Introduction to Zerynth” at this year’s Pycon X.
You can watch the whole video below:
Luigi F. Cerfeda, Zerynth’s head of Marketing, will explain everything you need to know.
Keep in mind that it’s in Italian since the Pycon X took place in Florence (as it does every year). You can guess from its name that it’s the tenth edition. So, naturally, last year it was the Pycon NOVE.
Of course, we didn’t only talk about how Zerynth was started. We covered all the general information about the company and its products. It’s the perfect way to get acquainted with us.
More about the PyCon Italia
PyCon Italia takes place every year during the spring in Florence. It’s an international Python conference for professionals, researchers, and enthusiasts.
If you’re just starting out with Python there’s even a whole event dedicated to learning the basics. Beginners’ Day is designed to help you get the hang of Python, and have fun along the way.
Pycon X started on May 2nd, and ended on May 5th, at the Grand Hotel Mediterraneo.
Download Zerynth Studio
Once you’ve watched the video, and learned all the Zerynth basics, you can download Zerynth Studio. It’s free to download and available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS.
And if you need a tutorial to get you started here’s a list of some that might be interesting to you:
- Blinking an LED using Python – a detailed tutorial on how to get started with XinaBox and Zerynth, and how to blink an LED on the CW02 xChip. Hint: the CW02 already has a Zerynth license onboard, so all you need to do is activate it with a voucher code that’s provided when you purchase the board.
- How to uplink a Python script on your microcontroller – a small tutorial on how to uplink a Python script on your microcontroller using Zerynth Studio
- Read and Write on Serial Port with Zerynth – this tutorial will teach you how to how to read and write on a serial port using Zerynth.