Check out this "how-to" from our Hackers in Residence

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Where in SparkFun employees do flips in order to illustrate "if" statements and explain alternative electricity analogies.

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This year's local TEDx conference's theme is "Fear and Loathing," and SparkFun is a sponsor!

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Shields galore! We've got some FPGA shields and some 7-segment shields for you. Check them out!

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Today we have a post from SparkFun Engineer Chris Taylor on "Self Taught Electronics."

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Back to "The Future!"

Revisiting an earlier post about The Future and getting a little direction.

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Engineer Chris went to Burning Man, and needed some solar power for his project. Thus, a Roundtable was born.

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Hello, Harto!

Hannah Hart visits the SparkFun kitchen to show us how a proper work lunch is done!

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Tacos, Heart-Break, and electronics. Check out what new products we have this week.

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Technological befuddlements it took me 10 years and a college degree to understand.

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Educational Outreach Coordinator Linz Craig goes to Uganda to teach robotics and eat a bunch of stuff he can't get in America.

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We're back with another edition of "According to Pete."

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Another Friday, another round of new products. Check out what we've got this week.

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A quick roundup of some of the more useful programs I have found being a tinkerer with a Macintosh Computer.

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We Have It In Stock

SparkFun keeps 98% of our products in stock. Checkout some of the competitor's numbers.

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We're continuing our profiles for SparkFun employees.

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The Open Hardware Summit 2013 is coming, and we're going!

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SparkFun in 3D

An update on our efforts to provide 3D models of popular SparkFun parts

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This week we have a bunch of new buttons, cases and the first ever SparkFun Dumpster Dive!

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Discussion of the OS tools we are using, and a GitHub update.

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