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The Mu Python Editor Reaches Version 1.0.0 #Python #CircuitPython

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Readers will know that Adafruit loves the Mu Python Editor, as it is the easiest way to program in Python for CircuitPython and micro:bit. Mu’s been in beta for awhile now, but the folks above celebrated a big milestone: Mu 1.0.0!

Some interesting facts and figures about Mu:

We agree that the developers deserve a nice holiday to rest!

Check out Mu 1.0.0 on the Mu website at https://codewith.mu/ along with all the tutorials at https://codewith.mu/en/tutorials/

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Do you use Mu? If so let us know your thoughts in the comments below!


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