Want to learn how to build an Iron-man like arc reactor accessory or maybe a solar charging backpack? What if you could program these devices with Python?
We'll be talking about a project and company making this possible. This week you'll meet Tony DiCola who works at Adafruit. A company making hardware programming accessible. We will also talk about micropython which lets you program these cool devices in Python!
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Great Python PodcastTalk Python To Me is in the rotation of podcasts that I listen to on a regular basis. The guests are always interesting. The topics are quite often relevant to things I'm working on or thinking about. Michael, the host, also keeps things moving at a good pace and keeps the conversation lively. I also enjoy his "regular questions" at the end of the show. Always good to hear how other folks answer those questions!
Required listeningVery substantive, polished podcast. Michael is the ideal interviewer: deeply knowledgeable and prepared, but knows how to get out of the way and let his guests dominate the conversation. Absolutely required listening for all Pythoneers IMO.
Lots of great interviewsIt has inspiring content, awesome interviews, and explores the vastness of the Python community.
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