PyCon Russia keynote – Physical computing with Python and Raspberry Pi
I was invited to give the closing keynote at PyCon Russia, which took place in Moscow in July. It was my first visit to Russia – and I had a great trip.
— Ben Nuttall ???? (@ben_nuttall) July 3, 2016
I travelled with David McIver, the author of property-based testing framework, hypothesis. I also got to spend some time with other international speakers including Jackie Kazil (whom I met on my 2014 US Tour), Python core developer Raymond Hettinger, Google developer Nathaniel Manista, and (local) Armin Ronacher, the creator of the Flask web framework.
Here’s the video of my talk on Physical computing with Python and Raspberry Pi. I spoke about the Raspberry Pi, the Foundation and its mission, and lots of technical detail about the GPIO Zero library:
You’ll find my slides on speakerdeck.