CircuitPython Day 2022 was last Friday, August 19th. In typical fashion, it did not disappoint with many video streams with the community and folks showing their projects. Thank you to all who participated!
A playlist of all the Adafruit sponsored streams & videos – YouTube.
CircuitPython Day Introduction
Celebrating Code & Community: A CircuitPython Day Panel Discussion
CircuitPython Development Sprint Intro Video
CircuitPython Project Build with Maker Melissa
Special Edition CircuitPython Themed Show & Tell
CircuitPython 8 Preview
CircuitPython Day Chat with Kattni, Jeff and Dan
Foamyguy CircuitPython Day Game Jam Stream
Reimagining IoT Deployments with CircuitPython, sponsored by Blues Wireless – YouTube.
You can still tag your CircuitPython projects, etc. with #CircuitPython on social media
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