A few more folks have written in to give us their thoughts about CircuitPython in 2022. Thank you!
Phil (PT) from Adafruit talked on Ask An Engineer last night about #CircuitPython2022 and sent some links today:
bought, working with company to get a replacement part..
bought, on the way.
software i am trying.
what i want is this, but $40 and python powered..
Patrick (@askpatrickw) posted a gist with two new projects and a review of last years. Here are the two new ones:
2022_1: Snakes in the #%*$& Van
Goal: Layout the requirements and design of a system to use CircuitPython as a basis for a Camper Van (or RV or Boat) monitoring, tracking and alerting system.
NOTE: This may never be built on CP but I’d like to go through the thought experiment.
2022_2: 3D Mouse Project
Goal: Document requirements and design a 3D CAD mouse which will work with Fusion 360. This might also be called a Jog Wheel.
NOTE: It is very likely this will work with other programs, but my needs are for it to work with Fusion 360.
Lastly, I just posted my #CircuitPython2020 to the blog and will talk it over in my stream tomorrow.
#CircuitPython2022 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 the previous posts:
- CycleMatch’s (aka kmatch) thoughts on Twitter
- Jeff (aka jepler) posted to his blog.
- Dexter Starboard (aka rsbohn) wrote a short gist
- Kelly (aka ksprayberry) posted to the forum.
- Matt Kojetin wrote a comment on the kick-off blog post.
- Pierre Constantineau has written a blog post that dives deep into keyboard software including CircuitPython.
- blakebr posted three different topics on the forum.
- retiredwizard also posted to the forum about using CircuitPython REPL directly to change files and protecting sensitive data.
- mlewus posted on the forum
- JohnHind also posted to the forum.