It's probably time for us to clearly outline what to expect when it comes to using data.sparkfun.com

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We run several SBCs through their paces and compare their performances.

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Clearing shelves like it's going out of style.

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This week, the new Ludus product line of Arduino shields, as well as an overstock IC, the ATmega8U2.

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The third installment of the ongoing jet engine build, where we have ignition, and Luke finally confronts his jerk dad.

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SparkFun is taking steps to ensure that our user community is a safe space. That means we need to make a few changes.

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An brief introduction to SparkFun's new Director of Software Development and IT (SWIT).

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Up this week, a new soil moisture sensor, a more powerful pcDuino, and more!

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As an engineer at SparkFun, I make a lot of temporary projects. The Magic Lunchbox helps me take them home to work on without damaging them.

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A look back at what went wrong, why and how we fixed our issues with data.sparkfun.com

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It's time for another live community project build!

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This week, a couple new shields to connect your project to the wonderful Internet: the ESP8266 Shield and the new Arduino Ethernet Shield V2.

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Learn how to build larger-than-life LED installations.

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We've got a few new simple sketches - check 'em out!

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A guest post from Bill Premerlani regarding the new firmware updates for the MatrixPilot Project and the UDB5.

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One of you is getting a big ol' box of goodies.

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You came, you saw, we all had a great day and here's video evidence!

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This week, a new version of the uArm, a new distance and gesture sensor from XYZ Interactive and a special sale to honor Nikola Tesla.

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