Last week, we showed a classroom of fifty-five developers how easy it is to work with the SparkFun Edge Development Board using the Arduino IDE. Now we want to show you, too!

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We don't usually bring people to the basement for the tour. If you double check the demonstration video: * For the board in the facilities…

What I got: Voltaic 0.6W solar cell, 5mm LED assortment (5x 4 colors) (looks like it came from a kit), Raspberry Pi tft touchscreen with…

very exiting event, and i am not completely sure why. i had it on my calendar for a month and ignored all my duties for a half hour that day…

Glad you enjoyed your box. Thank you for participating in Dumpster Dive and sharing what you got!

I'm delighted with my box! I commented about what I got on the It's Dumpster Dive Day!, so won't…

Got my box! I'm planning on doing a live unboxing on my YouTube channel next Wednesday. I'd like to get your permission to leave the…

My box got here about noon today (Sunday!) AZ time. The first thing to come out of the box was an "extension cord" with XLR connectors (F-M)…

Worth noting that the RedBoard - ESP32 is NOT 5V logic tollerant. FWIW, the most recent addition to my collection of "shields" is one I…

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