ElektorMagazine review of Pycom IoT Development Boards

ElektorMagazine review of Pycom IoT Development Boards

A great new review of the SiPy and the LoPy has emerged on Elektor Magazine’s site and we thought you might like to read it. It goes through the various steps of Firmware updates, connecting to back end as well as a few of the features. There’s lots of details in the...
Event Alert! Pycom & Espressif Hackathon in Shanghai

Event Alert! Pycom & Espressif Hackathon in Shanghai

Espressif and Pycom will be holding a Shanghai Hackathon on Monday 17th April 2017! Pycom and Espressif Hackathon Monday 17 April 2017 This is an opportunity to bring IoT ideas and projects to life learning MicroPython, and using the ESP32 and new LPWAN networks like...
FAQ: Pycom Open Source licence explained

FAQ: Pycom Open Source licence explained

On 14 November 2016 Pycom made its source code publicly available under a GPLv3 compatible Open Source Licence. Here are some frequently asked questions that may help understand more about the licence and what it means. All our licence documents are stored on GitHub...
So why did we open source?

So why did we open source?

In a few words? Because we want you our growing and talented community to share code, learn and grow! When we setup Pycom, it was all about innovation and sharing information between all levels of developers whether those be hobbyist or professionals. Opening up the...
ESP32 MODULES POPPING UP EVERYWHERE, IN STOCK ALMOST NOWHERE

ESP32 MODULES POPPING UP EVERYWHERE, IN STOCK ALMOST NOWHERE

Pycom featured in blog on Hackaday November 2, 2016 by Elliot Williams We know what it’s like to wait for newly released electronic parts. Clicking refresh every day at your favorite online retailers, reading reviews published by the press who got preview units, and...