Our last hacker shares his legacy.

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Our final champion of geekery is in the house!

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Hacker-in-Residence: Java-powered Media Player

Roberto Marquez is joining us for three weeks to work on polishing and beefing up his DIY MP3 player!

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Hacker-in-Residence: the SPLOT

SparkFun welcomes yet another Pete into the fold - meet Pete Marchetto, hacker extraordinaire.

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Our newest hacker team is working remotely with us from Amsterdam to make a group-played instrument.

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Hacker-in-Residence: Experimental Dimmer

Brendan joins us from a high-end lighting studio in NYC to work on an experimental dimmer.

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Hacker-in-Residence: Electric Trombone

Carlos is joining us all the way from Brazil to work on a new way to make music!

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Hacker-in-Residence: Interactive Garments

Matt Pinner is HERE and he is BUILDING STUFF.

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Kathryn Shroyer is here to make some magic with responsive e-textiles!

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We have a new friend! His name is Matthew Burmeister, and he loves the weather. We also have some updates on our past hackers!

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Julián is joining us from Argentina, to work on adding SparkFun parts to his miniBloq programming environment!

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Hacker-in-Residence: BeagleBone Shields

New hacker-in-residence Josh Datko is joining us to work with the BeagleBone Black on internet privacy!

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Hacker-in-Residence: Flying Robots

John Gillespie joins us from Texas for two weeks of hackery!

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We're excited to introduce you to our latest hackers-in-residence: Sophi Kravitz and Shane Clements!

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Check out this "how-to" from our Hackers in Residence

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Meet SparkFun's Hackers-in-Residence!

We're kicking off a trial run of an in-house hackers-in-residence program with Sean Bonner and Tara Tiger Brown!

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Thanks for the great description! I hadn't even been aware of the existance of NNSS, though in the mid 1980s, I'd looked at LORAN-C for a…

Thanks for the L band sharing !

Over the years, I've been pretty vocal about wanting on-board RTCs, with at least the possibility of connecting something like a coin…

Not only does VBAT supply the RTC, but there’s also battery-backed RAM onboard too! With the amount of space available on the Thing Plus…

Interesting... it sort of covers one of my "hot buttons", that is having an RTC. In looking at the schematic, I noticed that the "BAT"…

But Social Engineer's LOVE him. Good job catching so many of the buttons social manipulators use, but I nearly thought Sparkfun was off…

There's a disclaimer at the very end, hopefully that's enough to keep people from attempting. Glad you liked it!

Update: I followed all of the steps listed in this guide. My computer is now virus-free! The fan keeps coming on and the hard drive is…

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