It's the final episode! Tod Kurt returns and serves as guest host and interviews Paul. Paul shares how he started with open source, his favorite project, exciting things coming to CircuitPython, and more.
New episode! CircuitPython core developer Jeff Epler joins the show. He and Paul discuss his role as a core developer, adding JPEG support to CircuitPython, and adding over 2000 new fonts.
Happy New Year! This episode Debra Ansell joins the show and shares how she started with computers and electronics and we discuss her projects including the Orb-sessed LED sphere, the WiFi Hot Spot LED Jacket, and more.
New episode! Jan Goolsbey joins the show. He and Paul discuss the CircuitPython Community Bundle, Jan's contributions to the bundle, his IoT wind chimes project, and the string car racer.
Coming Monday, December 18th: Meet Jan Goolsbey - we chat about one of CircuitPython's hidden gems, using synthio to create an IoT wind chimes project, and more.
New episode! I welcome Max Lupo, whose work is at the intersection of electronics and art. Max shares the role electronics and programming plays in a number of his pieces and collaborations.
Coming Monday, December 4th: Meet Max Lupo who shares how he uses electronics and CircuitPython in his art pieces and installations.
The CircuitPython show returns! Tod Kurt stops by the show for a second time and shares his synthio boards and discusses his recent trip to Hackaday's Supercon.
Coming Monday, November 20th: Tod Kurt joins the show (again!) We chat about synthio and his time at Supercon
(Knocks the dust off the microphone). This thing still work? The CircuitPython Show will return....soon.
Next Friday I'll be hosting a panel discussion on CircuitPython's synthio module for CircuitPython Day. Don't miss it! More info here:
That's a wrap for season 3 of The CircuitPython Show! The show will return later in 2023.
Erin St. Blaine joins the show and shares where she finds inspiration, advice for starting Neopixel and LED projects, diffusion tips and tricks, and more.
Martin Tan joins the show. He and Paul discuss Martin's new book, micro:bit Projects with Python and Single Board Computers: Building STEAM Projects with Code Club and Kids' Maker Groups.
New episode with CircuitPython core developer Dan Halbert! He shares how he discovered CircuitPython, where it might be going next, managing CircuitPython releases, and more.
Coming Monday, a chat with CircuitPython core developer Dan Halbert. We talk about discovering CircuitPython, advice for new contributors, release management, and more. Subscribe and follow at
Catch up with the latest episode featuring Ben Shockley, creator of the Mini Fig boards. Next week: CircuitPython core developer Dan Halbert.
New episode! Ben Shockley (@email@example.com) joins the show and shares the Mini Fig boards: how they came to be, how the boards are different, how CircuitPython helped, and more.
Congratulations to Joshua Lowe and EduBlocks for being acquired by Anaconda this week! Learn more about EduBlocks from my interview with Joshua in Episode 15.
Coming next Monday: Ben Shockley of MiniFigboards.com!
Catch up on this week's new episode with Seth Kerr. Seth and Paul talk FPGAs, including Seth's new IcyBlue FPGA Feather.
Welcome to the new website powered by Castopod. The CircuitPython Show is now on the Fediverse!