A couple folks wrote in to let us know what they’d like to see for #circuitpython2020.
Eric wrote in to emphasize things needed for teaching CircuitPython to new Electrical Engineering students at a university. They’d like to see GPIO interrupt support, user level debugging and a nightly VM build that could be used for CircuitPython development.
Chris wrote in to provide a perspective from an existing Arduino programmer. They’d like to see more concise documentation, a guide on Python basics and, most importantly, VSCode Intellisense support.
#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:
- Dan Halbert: thoughts for #CircuitPython2020
- #CircuitPython2020 updates from the Twitterverse
- 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