On their Facebook page you can see more pictures of the event. The event was a success. We thank our attendees for the interest and enthusiasm, and The Lab Coworking and Adafruit Industries for their support.
El pasado sábado 24 de noviembre llevamos a cabo el taller de programación en CircuitPython utilizando la tarjeta CircuitPlayground Express de Adafruit. El taller fue realizado en El Lab Coworking en Cali, Colombia.
El evento fue un éxito. Agradecemos a nuestros asistentes por el interés y entusiasmo, y a El Lab Coworking y a Adafruit Industries por su apoyo.
Los esperamos en nuestros próximos eventos. Síganos en nuestras redes sociales y en este blog para mantenerse al tanto. ¡Saludos!
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