The first firmware release of 2024 for the SparkFun DataLogger is now available!

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Arduino IoT Cloud joins the list of IoT services supported by SparkFun's DataLogger IoT boards to make collecting and storing data from your IoT devices easy.

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Build an XRP Program Selector

Follow along with DigiKey's Travis Foss as he shows how to build a program selector for the XRP, so you don't have to reupload your code every time you want to change tasks with your robot!

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Many have received their XRP kit and have already started putting it together. The next logical step is to get it moving! Follow along with the latest video in the XRP series.

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To support everyone getting started with their XRP kit, we will be rolling out many helpful resources over time. Since pre-orders are starting to ship, we figured a good place to start is to provide three steps to get started

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Welcome to part one of our series on machine learning. In this installment, you'll learn about what ML is, the basics of how it works, and all the different types and models of ML. See real world applications of ML models and how you can get involved!

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SparkFun CTO Kirk Benell provides a high-level introduction to the SparkFun DataLogger IoT, outlining the major functionality the product provides. Learn here about its interactive menu, next-level software, and what you need to know to get started.

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These days, computer science makes the world go round in most ways except literal. We're celebrating this amazing field by setting you up with different resources to hone your software skills!

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Missing The AVC?

If you're feeling nostalgic for SparkFun's Autonomous Vehicle Competition, we might have something that will help. When Tawn Kramer's friends competed in the AVC and he couldn't make it, he wrote a simulator so that he could feel like a part of the action. The best part? It's open source and you can use it too!

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