MicroPython Mussings

I landed a gig to teach coding and robotics and I wanted to use Swift. You know that programming language that Apple created a few years back.

The place I was teaching was a green field site, it couldn’t be better. I looked into robots and of course found myself recommending Lego EV3 units. Ok it was expensive, but it ticked all the boxes for STEM project. Sure you can now get a lot of other robots. But for the most part they…

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Coding for 35+ years, enjoying using and learning Swift/iOS development. Writer @ Better Programming, @The StartUp, @Mac O’Clock, Level Up Coding & More

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Coding for 35+ years, enjoying using and learning Swift/iOS development. Writer @ Better Programming, @The StartUp, @Mac O’Clock, Level Up Coding & More

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