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SparkFun gets invited to the White House Maker Faire!

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Read about Nathan's testimony on Copyright and Intellectual Property in front of the House Judiciary Committee.

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When a company relies too much on their intellectual property they become intellectually unfit - they suffer from IP Obesity. There have been numerous companies in history that have had long periods of prosperity only to be quickly left behind when technology shifted. Cloners are gunna clone regardless of your business plan.

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SparkFun's five laws of drinking at work, where the beer flows like wine.

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I love the spinning box aspect of this project! I’m new to this stuff, what are the metal connectors called that are hooked up to the Piezo…
Good call. I usually forget to do this (unless I’m working with uint8_t), since I’m so used to “int,” but specifically calling out the byte…
Programming for 8, 32, and 64 bit systems, I personally prefer to use names such as “uint8_t”, “int64_t”, etc. so that it’s clear if it’s…
October? Really? Did you forget about the weather in Colorado in October? It frequently snows, and/or rains a lot.
PPPRS is scheduled for these dates in Denver, so I’m guessing at the Maker Faire.
Interesting. Maybe AVC at Maker Faire??
This is the same weekend as Denver Maker Faire. That’s going to be a tough choice for many of the makers in the area.
Right, but in the context of that table it is the Arduino platform. I’m not sure if the Arduino pre-processing stuff defines it as int8_t or…
According to Arduino’s reference page, char is signed (-128 to 127), so you are correct in that…
Poop on a stick! My other vacation is during those dates :(

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