New buying guide for Wireless and we've posted our super fancy printed ads. Class times at Maker Faire are now available as well.
Marketing is doing a fabulous job of promoting the SparkFun crowd. Checkout the latest ad:
Michael Cooper jumping off an 400 foot cliff in Moab. Amazing!
We’ve been placing print ads
for about a year now in the magazines that we think you read (Make, Circuit Cellar, Servo, and Nuts and Volts). We realized that there are probably a large group of people who haven’t gotten the benefit of seeing these great pictures in print, so we posted the images for the general public. If you know of another good publication we should be advertising in, let us know!
completed a quick and dirty break down of the wireless options that
SparkFun carries. Because we sell a lot of what is in the guide, the wireless buying guide
is admittedly biased. But we hope you can get some good info from it.
We hope to see you at our booth
at Maker Faire
! We’ve got a handful of blinky things planned, and quite a lot of soldering classes. Because the classes can fill up pretty quickly, we’re trying something new this year: We are going to have a sign up sheet at the SparkFun booth for the SMD
interested in the SMD workshop may sign up and
make their donation ahead of time. Signing up and making a donation
does guarantee your seat, but only for a short 15 minutes window after
the class starts.
The PTH kit workshops will going on
continuously all day long (both days), first-come first-served. Please be aware that if you do not show up within 15
minutes of the start of the class, we will have to give your seat to the
next person. We will be offering 5 different SMD soldering workshops
throughout MakerFaire. Please stop by and sign up for whichever one
works best for you!
SMD workshop schedule is as follows: