Our friend Jerome built an amazing Iron Man suit - check it out!

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A whole boat-load of new sensors, new stuff from Modular Robotics, and more!

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Wrangling our free shipping program into shape.

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Back in January, we announced a small contest for teachers and educators using the SparkFun Inventor's Kit in their classes. We wanted to highlight and reward teachers for their hard work and dedication to promoting STEM education in the classroom.

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SparkFun is celebrating National Teacher Appreciation Week!

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We'll have a multitude of places you can come say hello at Maker Faire Bay Area!

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Watch killer robots duke it out live!

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New ElastoLite Kits and an awesome new single board computer.

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This weekend is the first-ever Denver Mini Maker Faire - come say hello!

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The Ara Modular Smartphone Developers Conference was on April 15-16. We were there. This is what we learned.

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If you are entering the autonomous vehicle competition (AVC) for the first time, this information from last year's participants may help you get started.

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A shake-up at GitHub highlights ongoing gender bias in the tech industry, prompting a response from SparkFun

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I wrote a tutorial about how to make a nightlight with ELastoLite. It's pretty ok, so check it out. DO IT.

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We have a couple of new Raspberry Pi shields and a bigger flexible speaker. Check it out.

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When in New York, I found a small group of hackers in as surprising place

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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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I’d have to go with either the Dual H bridge because there are usually more reasons to add a motor to a project than not; or the Arduino…
I’m fairly new to electronics (about 6 months), but I’ve learned to solder and can do a decent job at it. I also have a pile of headers…
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Good to know, thanks. That would probably make for a more reflective surface. :)
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