After years of thinking and talking about it, this year the Hackaday Supercon finally released an FPGA-based badge.

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New kits for Sphero RVR are now shipping, and the micro:bit Club Kit and new PICkit 4 are available too! We also have a special surprise for the last day of our Week of Deals Sale...

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Details from a project upgrading an old incandescent lamp to utilize addressable LEDs

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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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Five days of unique sales starts now!

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A new Qwiic Pi SHIM is here, as well as a new version of our classic LED Starter Kit and a 976x592 CMOS Camera!

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Miss out on our Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale? You're in luck!

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Develop in Freedom Studio or Zephyr RTOS with the SparkFun RED-V

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The costs and time required to get the world's first open source BLE module certified with the FCC.

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In lieu of our normal Friday post, we are happy to bring you our Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals!

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What better time than now to go over the last days to place your SparkFun order before the holidays?

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Any FCC certified module needs a tin can to protect and prevent RF emissions. Check out how we did it for Artemis!

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Learn more about this year's Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale.

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Check out our latest tutorial on levitating magnets and creating a wireless light!

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Our remaining Thank the Maker and Master of Coin shirts are all now on sale!

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A brief introduction to the ins and outs of LEDs.

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The High Precision Temperature Sensor is now in full production! We also have a new machine imaging camera designed specifically for the SparkFun Edge Dev Board!

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Building a DIY personal, portable, briefcase computer workstation with a Raspberry Pi!

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Learn how we created our own SMD module using PCB tips and tricks for blind and buried vias.

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