ADAFRUIT WEEKLY EDITORIAL ROUND-UP
We’ve got so much happening here at Adafruit that it’s not always easy to keep up! Don’t fret, we’ve got you covered. Each week we’ll be posting a handy round-up of what we’ve been up to, ranging from learn guides to blog articles, videos, and more.
CircuitPython on Linux and Orange Pi @orangepixunlong @armbian @circuitpython #circuitpython
We’ve got tons of projects, libraries and example code for CircuitPython on microcontrollers, and thanks to the flexibility and power of Python its pretty easy to get it working with micro-computers like Orange Pi or other ‘Linux with GPIO pins available’ single board computers. CircuitPython will be instantly and easily runnable on Linux computers like Orange Pi AND Thanks to libgpiod and Armbian we now have CircuitPython GPIO/i2c/SPI/UART for over 110+ CircuitPython libraries!
- CircuitPython snakes its way to SparkFun Pro nRF52840 Mini @sparkfun @circuitpython @arduino #circuitpython #arduino
- Forbes – The Top 50 Women In Tech 2018 – Limor Fried @forbes @adafruit
- Adafruit Holiday Gift Guide 2018: Kits!
- Behind the MakeCode Hardware – LEDs
Welcome to the seventh and final guide in reef-pi series. In this guide, we’ll learn how to use reef-pi to build a dosing controller. This guide assumes you have familiarity with reef-pi, if not start by reading the first guide in this series.
Dosing controllers, or dosers as they are popularly known, allows automated addition of liquid in reef tanks. These liquids can be chemical reagents aimed for maintaining a certain type of chemistry (such as optimum calcium or alkalinity levels) or microbial population (such as phytoplanktons or nitrifying bacteria) inside the reef tank.
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