Resources — MicroPython

Kitronik :MOVE Motor robot for the BBC micro:bit - Tutorials

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Kitronik :MOVE Motor robot for the BBC micro:bit - Tutorials

The Kitronik :MOVE Motor robot is a micro:bit powered robot, that is both manoeuvrable and stable. In addition to the well-written instruction booklet, here's some downloadable tutorials with Interactive MakeCode links to get you started..there's also a Python library!

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Automatic Lights Using the micro:bit's Built-in Sensor

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Automatic Lights Using the micro:bit's Built-in Sensor

Here's a quick and fun micro:bit lesson for schools or home. Make an automatic light using just an LED, some alligator clips, and your micro:bit! This easy tutorial includes PXT MakeCode and MicroPython versions.

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Program micro:bit traffic light sequences in Python with these STOP:bit tutorials

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Program micro:bit traffic light sequences in Python with these STOP:bit tutorials

Check out these tutorials for the Kitronik STOP:bit and the BBC micro:bit! Learn to code a state table by starting with one traffic light and progressing to two traffic lights in an intersection.

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Install the latest CircuitPython and start coding on your devices

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Install the latest CircuitPython and start coding on your devices

This is a quick overview of installing the latest version of CircuitPython and libraries to start coding on your devices. Links to the excellent Adafruit tutorials are included.

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Revive old laptops and PCs - program electronics projects with Raspbian OS

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Revive old laptops and PCs - program electronics projects with Raspbian OS

The Raspbian operating system, originally designed for the small Raspberry Pi computer, now has a version for laptops and PCs. Raspbian runs nicely on computers that are no longer deemed powerful enough to run the latest Windows or MacOS versions. Raspbian is great if you're setting up a kids' makerspace or school Code...

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