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Nate has written two new tutorials - learn about setting up a rover base RTK system and how to build a GNSS reference station.

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The new Qwiic ADXL313 Accelerometer Breakout is here, along with the new RPi 400, RPi4 8GB Hardware Starter Kit, and more!

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Get started with FPGAs by learning basic LED controls!

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Jesse concludes the first phase of his autonomous lawnmower project!

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When it comes to training, athletes need to know whether they're improving - that's where one SparkFun customer's system comes in.

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Raspberry Pi is back with more new products, this time it's an all-in-one computer!

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ALC is now available, and you can start using it today.

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Point and click your way to a fully-populated, custom board from SparkFun.

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SparkFun has been experimenting with micro tutorials for our various social media feeds. Have you had the chance to check them out?

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Two huge releases happened this week with SparkFun MicroMod and Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4. Let's take a look!

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Building a system that records temperature based on a user's unique RFID tag into an Excel spreadsheet for the world of COVID-19.

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A new modular prototyping platform for interchanging microcontrollers

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In a world of technology designed for cows, what's a goat farmer to do?

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We have been fans of Raspberry Pi for a very long time (since the original Model B!), now we are making it official by becoming an Approved Reseller.

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Two new Qwiic Shields are now available, along with the micro:bit v2, RPi4 8GB kits, and more!

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Zach Halvorson, an engineering student at Boston University and a coffee enthusiast, is out to create the most affordable, technological tools to perfect the coffee roasting process.

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The great thing about open source software is that when you want a new feature, you can just add it!

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The second iteration of micro:bit is now available, with new SparkFun kits to go along with it!

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