This month, SparkFun is celebrating the first anniversary of its Community Partnership Program.

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It's Friday, and we have two more fantastic Qwiic boards and two micro:bit learning kits to share!

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As Andrew finishes up his fiber optic light suit, he's adding in gesture control. Let's see how it works.

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Take a look at this visual timeline illustrating SparkFun's 15-year history in the context of the maker movement and pop culture!

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We reached out to some longtime customers and fans of SparkFun to see what they were working on 10-15 years ago.

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Discounts on some of the best products in SparkFun's history!

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Sometimes troubleshooting requires you to think both literally and figuratively "outside the box."

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In order to use more advanced features or optimize our code for space and speed, we need to understand how to work with registers directly in microcontrollers.

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A fun crystal-themed project in honor of SparkFun's 15th year.

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The convenience of advancing tech can kill a good nostalgia project...but it's not quite dead...

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2018 is so shiny and new, just like these new Onion Omega kits and the SIK v4.0 Lab Pack!

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Atmel Studio 7 supports a web-based design tool called START. We'll take a look at this design tool pair and the time to blink on a SAME54 Xplained board.

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To celebrate our "crystal anniversary," here's a collection of the stories, blog posts, products and adventures from 15 years of making crazy things.

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How slowly can you clock an ATmega328 and still have any functionality?

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Goodbye, 2017! Hello, new SIK packs and a classic Makey Makey!

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How to use Qwiic connectors to make versatile control panels that can control a myriad of electronics projects.

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Follow along as Feldi attempts to build a ceramic 3D printer using OS plans she found online.

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A new shock-resistant accelerometer breakout, a Raspberry Pi kit to turn your Zero into a USB dongle, and a peristaltic pump kit! It's winter!

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The serial controlled motor driver is stripped of its firmware and reprogrammed to function as an amplifier. Then it's surrounded with circuits that turn the whole shebang into a portable guitar amp.. but it won't win any awards.

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Shawn, GREAT VIDEO! Done at the right level. More needed - especially on the Arduino. Thank you!!!!
Unfortunately, I read this here too late. But I would save the idea. For the next year. ;)
Thanks! Arduino using the timers for certain functions is what I meant, so I apologize if that wasn’t clear. RTC chips (or RTCC) are…
Hi Shawn! Another great video! (Up early as the neighbor wanted the car moved before cutting down a tree… and yes, we have trees in…
A couple of quick comments: I’ve seen reports on TV of a military device that can “see through walls”, and map out a whole room (not just…
I just build it with two “touch” sensors (Pin 4 and 13), LEDs and a buzzer. One blue LED for connection info (blinks when trying to connect,…
There are some examples provided using Walabot’s SDK and API. I have outlined it in the tutorial to get started here => [Getting Started…

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