Unfortunately, the Python 3 version on Raspbian/Stretch is stuck at Python 3.5.3,
which means we can't take advantage of the recent changes
of the awesome asyncio api.
However, we can build and install the latest version from source on the Raspberry Pi as shown below:
This weekend I take time again to play arround with ArchLinux|ARM on a Raspberry Pi 2.
My weekend project is about writing a basic sensor-based application on the ArchLinux|ARM
platform. However, before I can write the first line of code to access an I2C sensor,
I need to …