Time to say good bye to Arduino and go on to Micropython/ Adafruit Circuitpython?

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Python seems to be the fastest growing programming language. It is also widely used to program Raspberry Pis, and it is on the verge to become available on our small microcontrollers. Has the time come to leave the Arduino IDE and go on? Time for a closer look.

Topics covered:
- Language (Micropython/ Adafruit CircuitPython vs C++
- Parts of the Hardware and programming interface (SAMD21/SAMD51)
- Libraries
- Documentation and Community


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Time to say good bye to Arduino and go on to Micropython/ Adafruit Circuitpython? Time to say good bye to Arduino and go on to Micropython/ Adafruit Circuitpython? Reviewed by Unknown on November 17, 2018 Rating: 5