Being able to program an ATtiny directly from Arduino can be a powerful tool to create low-cost embedded prototypes.
The most complicated, over-the-top, MacGyver-Van Damme'd remote-controlled laser!
These Raspberry Pi tips and Python tricks let you take your sensing projects off the desk and into the wild with wireless transmission and processing of data.
How to set up an Arduino as an in-system programmer (ISP) and program an Atmel ATtiny84A to blink
Filter noise from your latest paranormal investigation field recordings, audio-capturing UAV or anything not related to either of those two things.
Playing around with auto-generating content, or predicting next words.
Here's how you can use boards with your Chromebooks in makerspaces, libraries and schools
A ULP to customize Eagle like the SparkFun engineers
The open-source Ball Aerospace Interface System
Let's talk to the people behind the proverbial curtain.
We dig in to the Octocat's API
If you want to write code for the Particle Photon, an online, "cloud" IDE isn't your only option. Check out our "Photon Development Guide" to see how you can set up a Photon development environment of your own.
A look at implementing the Arduino blink.ino sketch as an explicit state machine. To further explore state machines, an alarm clock state diagram is drawn and implemented.
Our very own Derek wrote a book! While we wait for the June publishing date, we asked him how it went.
Karen Brennan, Christan Balch, Michelle Chung recently authored a comprehensive guide for using Scratch in K-12 space. It covers everything from Getting Started to Creating Animations, Stories, Games, and even running your own "Hack-a-thon"
How and why I use markdown everyday, for all of my documenting needs.
Come by QuickLeft tonight for an awesome hackfest!
On the third Thursday of every month, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science hosts an evening event for adults in the area called, Science Lounge. Their programming features live entertainment, demonstrations, hands-on demos, and an evening filled with science, education, and exploration! Each month features a different theme. For April, the Science Lounge theme was “Electrify!” What a perfect match for us here at SparkFun!
SparkFun heads to Washington D.C. to teach soldering, e-textiles and programming at the United States of America Science and Engineering Festival