Made with Mu – Celebrating projects that use the Mu Python code editor by @ntoll #python @CircuitPython
Is it possible to have a favorite new blog the day it launched, YES. A blog to celebrate projects that use the Mu Python code editor to create cool stuff launched this week.
Welcome to Made With Mu, a blog to celebrate the projects and achievements of users of the Mu Python code editor. Mu is a Python editor for beginner programmers based on extensive feedback given by teachers and learners. The project’s main website can be found at codewith.mu.
The blog is by Nicholas H.Tollervey, @ntoll on Twitter.
They are looking for submissions from anybody, no matter your skill level, project type or background. If you’re thinking, “they probably don’t mean me” they definitely mean you. Submit your project here.
They are friendly and, if needed, will help make sure your project is presented in the best possible way.
Mu is our favorite editor, Adafruit have contributed code, bug fixes and suggestions for new features. Also, if you use the plotter, you’re using code that originated from us.
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