Programming the Web of Things with Python and MicroPython

May 28, 2017, 10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

In this session you will get a gentle introduction to the ever-expanding world of small programmable devices: learn to use tiny microcontrollers to connect to sensors and talk to APIs - all using MicroPython, a subset of Python 3 for use in constrained environments. 

You will be introduced to the basics of physical computing and the joys (and some of the pains) of writing Python code for devices that weigh less than a piece of chewing gum but still have the power to communicate with web APIs, act as wireless access points, even host a small web server, and more.

Hardy Erlinger

Hardy Erlinger is an experienced web developer from Munich. He has been writing web applications for 15 years using a lot of different technologies along the way. He has been actively involved with technical communities for most of his career and likes to experiment with electronic devices in his mad scientist lab.

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