A number of folks have tweeted about #circuitpython2020. Here is a recap!
I’d like a means to send realtime push notifications to a wifi CircuitPython board, rather than have the board poll periodically for updates.
For the #CircuitPython2020 I would like to see support for the @sparkfun Artemis boards. I have no idea how difficult it would be to transfer work done by @adafruit to support BLE on the nRF52840, but I think that it might give Artemis product line some traction.
Agreed. Thanks. I was looking through the Feather stuff last night with some ideas in mind. I was left wondering which would be the best Feather for the job. A table comparing features would be useful.
Kev emailed us for #circuitpython2020:
Implementation of atexit would be good please!
#circuitpython2020 is our annual reflection on the state of CircuitPython. We’d love to hear from you too! See the kick-off post for all of the details. Here are all of the previous posts:
- Wayne W’s #CircuitPython2020
- Adaveach’s #CircuitPython2020
- @tammymakesthings’ Thoughts on #CircuitPython2020
- @ntoll’s #CircuitPython2020
- #CircuitPython2020 email from Stew
- A story of this past year from Melissa and some thoughts on the future on CircuitPython in 2020 #circuitpython2020 @makermelissa
- @sommersoft’s 2020: Year Of The Blinka (v3)
- Mini #CircuitPython2020 posts so far
- Brent’s Thoughts about Python on Hardware 2020 #CircuitPython2020 #IoT
- @deshipu’s #CircuitPython2020
- @theavalkyrie’s thoughts on #CircuitPython2020
- HomeKit in #CircuitPython2020 from @mikeholczer
- #CircuitPython2020 Thoughts from @hukuzatuna
- Jeff’s Ideas for Python on Hardware in 2020 – Time & Timekeeping
- #circuitpython2019 wrap-up post