Matt presents the latest MicroPython News Roundup. Damien goes in-depth on upcoming MicroPython cache optimisation improvements. The subsequent group chat was also recorded, for the diehards!
Matt presents the latest MicroPython News Roundup. Damien discusses the latest MicroPython release, v1.17. Jim covers two features coming in v1.17. The subsequent group chat was also recorded, for the diehards!
Matt presents the latest MicroPython News Roundup. Damien discusses the latest MicroPython release, v1.16. Matt briefly covers some handy unit test techniques.
Matt presents the latest MicroPython News Roundup. Damien discusses the awesome
mpremote tool that helps interact with a MicroPython device from a PC.
Matt presents the latest MicroPython News Roundup and gives a brief WebSerial demo. Damien discusses the latest MicroPython release, v1.15. Also a big thanks to Lachlan and Oliver for sorting out the video with the new hardware - including using an ATEM mini for mixing video feeds and fancy Rode wireless lapel mics for much better audio recordings!
Matt presents the latest MicroPython News Roundup. Damien shares some of the recent MicroPython developments. Nick discusses the current state of WebUSB. Seon gave a demo of SAM, his latest voice-controlled project!
Matt presents the latest MicroPython News Roundup. Damien shares some of the recent developments (since v1.14) in MicroPython.
Matt presents the latest MicroPython News Roundup. Damien discusses the exciting new Raspberry Pi Pico and the MicroPython port for the new micro!
Check out Matt’s slides that cover the lovefest between LEGO and MicroPython, M5Stack’s latest releases, sponsorship of the MicroPython project and more.
Matt gave a news update including MicroPython’s successful application to Google’s Season of Docs, a brief summary of ARM devices, a look at the new ESP32-powered TTGO watch…and more! (No video)
COVID-19 has interrupted the MicroPython Meetups! Rude. In lieu of a proper meetup, Matt decided to record a news roundup.
Matt presents the latest MicroPython News Roundup. Jim gives a super deep dive on the MicroPython Garbage Collector.
Matt Trentini covered the latest MicroPython news, Peter van der Berg explained how he’s used MicroPython to power his latest art project and Damien George gives us the low-down on LittleFS - it’s coming to MicroPython!
Matt Trentini presented the news roundup, Damien George, to celebrate MicroPython’s 6th birthday, presented a fun talk about the Early Days of MicroPython. Peter Boin covered uPyTester a library he’s created to perform Hardware-in-the-Loop testing.
Matt Trentini presented the news roundup, Damien George presented his latest work-in-progress feature: native modules in MicroPython. Peter van der Burg discussed two of his projects: his Home Status Monitor and an accurate power meter.
Matt presented the news roundup and Damien explained some highlights of the (any day now!) v1.10 release of MicroPython. We then had presentations from a few members about their projects; Rafal talked about Raven his MicroPython-powered R/C handset, Sean discussed his WiLED project and Seon covered the TinyPICO Tester.
Matt presented the usual news roundup.
Lachlan and Brian discussed the Parallax Propeller 2, a powerful microcontroller with some unique characteristics particularly well suited to concurrent solutions.
It doesn’t - yet - run MicroPython but it could be a good fit for a port. We were fortunate enough to see a demo on one of the first 10 ‘glob top’ chips.
Damien explained how to use the
_thread module, recently overhauled on the ESP32 port.
Matt presented the usual news roundup.
Matt gave the usual news roundup. Damien dropped some MicroPython testing knowledge on us. Andrew brought together two favourites: Jupyter and MicroPython. Peter rounded out the presentations with a LoRaWAN demo running over the CCHS gatgeway.
A looong meetup! Matt presented news, a PyCon AU retrospective. Seon (the Unexpected Maker) popped in and talked about his Reflow Master amongst other projects. Nick talked about FuPy. Oliver presented about the wonders of 3D printing, particularly for electronics projects cases. Peter wrapped up with an informative discussion on LoRaWAN.
Damien George, Matt Trentini and Nick Moore presented A Taste of MicroPython at MPUG on the 6 August 2018.
Guido’s big announcement kicked off the meetup with plenty of other topics to wade through. Matt walked through his uPTV project that puts MicroPython to good use.
On a cold Wednesday in June, Matt shared some MicroPython news and Damien gave a live coding demo on how to wrap a C module so that it can be used from MicroPython. Slides and video below.
The May meetup saw some new faces - welcome!
At this meeting Damien discussed a collection of tools that are commonly used to transfer files to a MicroPython board. In no particular order: