We're back, and we've got a LOT of new products this week. Check them out!
How to create a simple and cheap time-lapse rig with the Raspberry Pi.
Rough notes on our rationale for switching databases.
Our compilation of SparkFun gifts for the geek on your list.
Announcing the date for the next SparkFun Autonomous Vehicle Competition!
Stuff that lights up, stuff that drives motors, and stuff that helps you learn. That's what we've got for this week.
Hardware Hacking is an art, but there are some common methods to modifying devices that can jump-start any good hacking project.
At last weekend's Engadget Expand conference, our Educational Outreach Coordinator joined a panel about computer science in education.
The devs switch underlying databases for SparkFun.com and somehow, miraculously, the sky stays put firmly up above.
Our creative technologist entered Adam Savage's Inventern contest, and got featured on Tested.com!
This week we have new products, as well as a new website feature announcement. Check it out.
How Python makes my life easier every day
We were lucky enough to have Aaron come to SparkFun to talk about his projects for kids!
In the November edition of According to Pete, our intrepid engineering director drops some transistor knowledge on us.
Joel shows us how to build a handheld pH sensor to regulate his aquaponics system.
Costumes, robotics and electronics. What's not to love about this week's Friday New Product Post?
SparkFun now offers free economy shipping on orders worldwide over $60!
Some quick and easy last minute ideas to add electronics to your Halloween decorations.
We're excited to introduce you to our latest hackers-in-residence: Sophi Kravitz and Shane Clements!