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Piers Storey
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Coder, Boulderer and lover of life
Coder, Boulderer and lover of life

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I've now got #micropython ported on the ES-12 ESP8266. If you're interested in #IOT using Python i'd recommend looking at this awesome wireless micro controller.

For a simples guide on how to port the firmware plus the hardware used have a quick read through https://github.com/vwhack/esp8266/blob/master/README.md . 
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Interested in porting #micropython to the #esp8266? I've created a simples guide to get you going. https://github.com/vwhack/esp8266 Feedback welcome..

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Awesome first day at #djangoconeu. High quality talks and a great venue
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30/03/2016
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For any pythonians near or around Oxford, our next @oxfordpython meetup is #allthethings   #django .

We have +Marc Tamlyn back from running http://www.djangounderthehood.com to give a talk on the latest 1.9 features plus an awesome update on the  #djangogirls  Oxford event being held in 2016.

The date for the diary is the 18th November. If you're interested in coming on or just want to know more, please have a look at our meetup page: http://www.meetup.com/oxfordpython/events/226275543/
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Interested in hearing about BBC's #microbit ? +Nicholas Tollervey is kindly giving a talk for @oxfordpython on the 22nd of October. 

If you're into hardware hacking or want to know what your kids will be getting their hands on, this should be an interesting event. 

For more information or to register please visit our meetup page http://www.meetup.com/oxfordpython/events/225877957/

To know a little more about BBC's initiative: http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/mediapacks/microbit
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Software Reengineering: From Spaghetti to Clean Design

Inheriting someone else’s code can be a nightmare, especially when the code is poorly designed and lacks documentation. In this post, Toptal Engineer Juan Pablo Scida provides a case study of how he reengineered a chat server written in Node.js, transforming its original spaghetti code into a cleanly architected and designed piece of software. 

#Reengineering #SoftwareArchitecture #NodeJS
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