Moving on from Arduino to ESP32 – Part 2, MicroPython

  In the previous post I explained the general idea behind getting an ESP32 and expanding your capabilities into the Internet of Things, or IoT. Let’s assume you have bought your first ESP32 device. Maybe it’s a WROOM, or DevKitC, model like I have. In case you want to keep …

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Moving on from Arduino to ESP32 – Part 1

Arduinos are great little things. With the analog and digital inputs and outputs, plenty of power and memory for your programming sketches, a solid IDE (integrated development environment), small price, and a wealth of examples to teach yourself the variant of C language, what’s not to like, really? But at …

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