You're stuffed with turkey, we're stuffed with new products.

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We're back, and we've got a LOT of new products this week. Check them out!

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How to create a simple and cheap time-lapse rig with the Raspberry Pi.

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Rough notes on our rationale for switching databases.

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Our compilation of SparkFun gifts for the geek on your list.

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Announcing AVC 2014!

Announcing the date for the next SparkFun Autonomous Vehicle Competition!

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Stuff that lights up, stuff that drives motors, and stuff that helps you learn. That's what we've got for this week.

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Hardware Hacking is an art, but there are some common methods to modifying devices that can jump-start any good hacking project.

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At last weekend's Engadget Expand conference, our Educational Outreach Coordinator joined a panel about computer science in education.

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The devs switch underlying databases for SparkFun.com and somehow, miraculously, the sky stays put firmly up above.

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Our creative technologist entered Adam Savage's Inventern contest, and got featured on Tested.com!

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This week we have new products, as well as a new website feature announcement. Check it out.

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How Python makes my life easier every day

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We were lucky enough to have Aaron come to SparkFun to talk about his projects for kids!

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In the November edition of According to Pete, our intrepid engineering director drops some transistor knowledge on us.

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