micro:bit is a small microcontroller. micro:bit is smaller than a credit card. Price is about 150-400NOK ($15-30). It can be used by kids and students to learn programming, technology and science.
micro:bit can run a special version of Python called MicroPython. MicroPython is a down-scaled version of Python. You can use other Programming Languages as well, but resources you findhere will use Python/MicroPython.
micro:bit Home Page: https://microbit.org
Additional recommended components in addition to the micro:bit itself: Breadboard, Jumper Wires, Resistors, LEDs, temperature sensors (e.g., TMP36, Thermistor 10K), Bananaplugs/Aligator/Crocodile clips, and an Adapter Breakout Board for micro:bit (can be bought at Elfa, etc.). Note! The Adapter Breakout Board for micro:bit is highly recommended, because than you have easy access to the pins on the micro:bit using an ordinary a breadboard and wires.
Below you find Tutorials, Videos and Resources for the micro:bit. Not all resources are ready at the moment, but new resources are released continuously. Stay tuned!