CircuitPython in 2022 #CircuitPython2022 @circuitpython
As 2022 starts, let’s take some time to share our goals for CircuitPython in 2022. Just like past years (full summary 2019, 2020, and 2021), we’d like everyone in the CircuitPython community to contribute by posting their thoughts to some public place on the Internet.
These, of course, are just ideas to start from. Please us know about all ideas you have for CircuitPython.
We, as a community, can use these ideas to coordinate and collaborate to make CircuitPython even better in 2022. Let’s use these ideas to spark further discussion and brainstorming. Keep an eye on the blog here and join the discussion on the Adafruit Discord.
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For 2022 I would like to see more information and tutorials on using the Wio and ESP32-S3-BOX. First, working with them locally and then utilizing the WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities.
Then, building on that with Adafruit IO.