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MicroPython and Open Source Hardware at Adafruit

Episode #108, published Fri, Apr 21, 2017, recorded Tue, Apr 18, 2017

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!

Links from the show:

Tony D: @tdicola
Watch Tony D's Desk:

Onion Pi:
GPS Dog Collar:
LED Bicycle Handlebars:
DeLorean Time Circuit:
Raspberry Pi WiFi Radio:
Halloween Pumpkin:
Electronic Demon Costume:
Solar Charging Handbag:

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Tony DiCola
Tony DiCola
Tony is an engineer for Adafruit Industries and writes Python code to support the educational electronics that Adafruit creates for artists, engineers, makers, and hobbyists.
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