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Introducing NERFCS - just in time for AVC. Are you up to the challenge?

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SparkFun Electronics is headed to the United States of America's Science and Engineering Festival. For the Friday Sneak Peek on the 25th of April we'll be hosting a Robotics Social Time in conference room 150B and we want you to bring your robots to visit!

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We sat down with engineering superheroes Jeri and Rick at this year's Consumer Electronics Show to talk about castAR, Kickstarter and the value of accidental discoveries!

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Tons of new enclosures, a few products for your Pi, and more.

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AVC is getting close, and it's time to check out the course revisions for this year.

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We've got a handful of awesome new tutorials - check 'em out!

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Last week we posted a caption contest - today we have your winner!

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We've got new stuff this week. There's a biometric development board, a cool solar charger, and a couple of clearance items.

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A summary of an awesome homemade robot built by SparkFun customers

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SparkFun has reacted quickly to protect ourselves and our customers against the Heartbleed vulnerability

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We'll be in D.C. for the upcoming USASEF - we hope you'll join us!

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It's time for a little bit of fun. Let's hear your best caption!

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We'll be holding a booth at Mini Maker Faire in Denver - come say hi!

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We're back and we have some new products and an energetic guest engineer. Check out the goods for this week.

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We're really excited about the MicroView -- a new Arduino compatible board with an integrated display! Check out why...

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Nick Poole shows us how to make a Captain America shield with ELastoLite!

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Here they are, the winners of our April Fool's prank contest!

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