The next few hours would see us present Pycom to the Teaching team and students. It was great to have the opportunity to introduce our highly disruptive IoT multi-network boards that Daniel and the team have been busy building since the start of the year. It is never hard to explain why these modules are changing the way in which development teams are re-designing their IoT applications. Whilst the words of some ‘old hat’ CTOs (mainly competitors) still resonate in my ears telling me that multi-network boards simply ‘add cost’, it is refreshing to see that the market shares our view, that there can be no value set on resiliency, flexibility and future proofing an application. These points are not lost on such highly bright (and unbiased) developers of the future.
Finally, a great big thank you to our Pycom Ambassador Simon Chapple. Tech passionate and super knowledgeable individual whom was our 3rd Kickstarter Backer to help get the LoPy off the ground! I could not think of a better IoT rebel to have on our side!
So next time you are in Edinburgh make sure you check out their amazing IoT community… oh and the whiskey is also good I am told… sadly we ran out of time so I guess I will have to return soon!