CircuitPython snakes its way to HackerBox #0041 @hackerboxes @circuitpython
We are thrilled that the latest HackerBox is shipping with CircuitPython! HackerBox 0041 includes CircuitPython, MakeCode Arcade, the Atari Punk Console, and much more. This Instructable contains information for getting started with HackerBox 0041, which can be purchased hereAND ADAFRUIT while supplies last.
Topics and Learning Objectives for HackerBox 0041:
Exploring the SAMD51 ARM Cortex M4
Embedded programming with CircuitPython
Retro game design for MakeCode Arcade
Assembling the Atari Punk Console Synth
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