MicroPython is a complete reimplementation of Python that runs on small devices like microcontrollers. It enables users to build cool stuff – like Internet of Things devices – by combining their existing Python knowledge with a little bit of hands-on hardware hacking. In this talk I will start with a brief overview of MicroPython, how it works, how you can try it out, and how you can use it. I will then discuss some of the technical advances in the MicroPython software that have occurred over the past 12 months. Finally, I will talk about some of the things MicroPython is being used for, from robotics to IoT.
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