The Raspberry Pi 4 is here, and so is Week Two of Two Weeks of Free! And new micro:bit accessory boards! Exciting!
Today, we introduce four brand new accessory boards for your micro:bit and SparkFun gator:board!
Want to learn more about the weather than just whether or not the sun is out? The SparkFun micro:climate kit for micro:bit lets you measure, view and record the weather around you.
Hacking your LEGO kits with motors and micro:bits!
I'm doing a whole lot of package development for Microsoft MakeCode; let's take a closer look at how it works.
Control your micro:bot wirelessly using MakeCode's radio blocks.
New Particle boards and kits are available, along with a new version of the SparkFun gator:bit carrier board for your micro:bit!
Three new gator:board ProtoSnaps for your micro:bit and a compact USB Logic Analyzer moves over from SparkX!
In the latest Python tutorial series, we look at loading MicroPython onto six different microcontroller development boards.
Plenty of new micro:bit products, Printed Sensors from Bare Conductive, and the new guidebook for the SIK v4.0!
Interface even easier with your micro:bit with SparkFun's new gator:bit carrier board, turn your Raspberry Pi into an Amazon Alexa, and expand your pixels with a new RGB LED matrix!
It's Friday, and we have two more fantastic Qwiic boards and two micro:bit learning kits to share!
Affordable, consumable, single-layer PCB design!
The micro:bit is an awesome piece of tiny hardware, and I just wanted to make sure we gave you another programming environment with which to play.
Today we officially announce our new micro:bit product line!
It's the first Friday of summer, and we are proud to bring you the highly acclaimed micro:bit Go Bundle and three beginner electronics kits!
Let's compile some Getting Started lessons for the micro:bit.
Someone has been stealing my sandwiches. We'll use the two-way radio communication on the micro:bit to catch the thief.
For Part 3 of the "Getting started with micro:bit" series, we read temperature from a built-in sensor and rotate a servo.
For part 2 of Getting Started with micro:bit, we create a virtual Magic 8 Ball.