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Differences Between Python and MicroPython Mike Parks
Python is a popular language for both desktop and embedded development. However, not all implementations are the same. Developers should be aware of the many differences between the reference implementation of CPython and the embedded-oriented MicroPython.

ArduPy: When Arduino Met Python Mike Parks
What do you get when you combine the Arduino ecosystem with the power of the Python programming language? ArduPy! An exciting toolset that lets embedded developers use MicroPython software development while leveraging the suite of Arduino libraries for various third-party hardware sensors and actuators.

CircuitPython: Embedded Python for Education Mike Parks
Bridging the gap between desktop programming and embedded development does not need to be complicated. CircuitPython is an exciting new programming language that targets the education market to help foster the learning of both computer programming and electronics.

Zerynth: A Python Framework for IoT Devices Mike Parks
Python-based software development frameworks such as Zerynth allow embedded systems developers to quickly and reliably create powerful solutions that tend to be more secure and power-efficient than writing firmware from complete scratch.

Languages Evolve to Support AI Development M. Tim Jones
Programming languages were born from AI and evolved to meet the growing demand of AI applications. And as AI algorithms advanced, so did the languages to support new statistical methods and the toolkits that expanded these language’s machine learning capabilities.

Cloud-EE With A Chance of Microcontrollers: A Look At The Arduino Yun Mike Parks
Yun may mean “cloud” in Chinese, there is nothing cloudy about the potential of this version of the popular Arduino platform. In fact, the Yun has quickly become a top microcontroller board of choice when I need to develop a quick, inexpensive proof-of-concept.

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