Microsoft Garage Survey – Interested in Python or programming microcontrollers with Python? @MSFTGarage @nnja #PythonHardware @code
Interested in Python or programming microcontrollers with Python? If you can spare a few minutes, the interns at Microsoft Garage in Vancouver need your input for a user testing a new Adafruit Python Hardware Visual Studio Code plugin –
Microsoft Garage Survey
Hello there, we’re a group of interns at Microsoft Vancouver, working in The Garage! We’re looking for insights into your experience around physical computing projects. As well as your interest in trying out a new method of development for your project – say goodbye to waiting for your code to build and compile inside Arduino IDE with C/C++, Python is here to help!
This survey will only take 3 – 5 minutes and your insights are very valuable to us!
Currently we are also recruiting participants for user testing and interview sessions. If you are as excited about the project as us and hope to participate in our user testing sessions, please leave your contact information at the end of this survey.
Take the survey here! No personal information is required, and this will help us a lot with getting more Python on Hardware to more people using VS Code (and more!).
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