Scott Shawcroft in town for @makerfaire ! @adafruit @tannewt
Scott is in NYC this weekend for some maker fun!
Here’s what he had to say:
Hi, I’m Scott Shawcroft and work for Adafruit out of Seattle. I work on CircuitPython with Dan Halbert and our awesome community. I’m in town to catch up with other remote folks in town and attend World Maker Faire. At Maker Faire I’m meeting tons of new people including friends from our Discord chat (http://adafru.it/discord). I’m excited to see all of the awesome projects that people are making and figure out how CircuitPython can make projects even easier. Join our Adafruit community at any time on Discord to show off your own projects, learn about CircuitPython and get project help from other Adafruit fans.
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