A quick look at the revision process, and some interesting details about the recent Hall Effect Sensor and Low Current Sensor revisions.

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With just a handful of parts and a couple of hours of work, you can easily repulse all of your co-workers at this year's office Halloween party!

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Have you been curious about trying Python on a microcontroller? The ESP32 is a great way to start!

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What type of proximity sensor is best suited to your next project? We've put together a Proximity Sensor Comparison Guide to help you choose the right tool for the job!

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The SparkFun SAMD21 Pro RF is now in full production, and we have a new GPS-RTK Qwiic-enabled board, as well as several little components for you to use today!

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Let's take a look one of our principal suppliers of soldering tools -- Weller!

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Save some time and some money on breakout boards and Qwiic this month!

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Let's look at some basic digital concepts and circuit structures to help bridge the gap between the land of the continuous and the land of the discrete.

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The Arduino MKR Vidor 4000 is here, along with the Raspberry Shake, the Neutis Quad-Core Module and a few other goodies!

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Let's take a closer look at the quasi-random sequence generator for the Simon Says Trampolines project, and how a buggy first attempt was improved!

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Check out this fun project using parts found in the SparkFun Inventor's Kit v4.0.

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This week, we take a look at the amazing new Xbox Adaptive Controller, and throw together a ridiculous project that barely scratches the surface of its capabilities.

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Two new Qwiic IR Array breakouts, a load of new CNC drills and four different types of copper clad!

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Let's take a look at some of the amazing costumes and props from Dragon Con!

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Our newest (sorta-Python-related) tutorial shows you a few ways to run a script whenever a Raspberry Pi boots up.

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Check out Feldi's favorite back-to-school project finds for fall project inspiration.

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Meet SparkFun's newest creative technologist!

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The new SparkFun I2S Audio Breakout is here, along with NFC Light-Up Nail Stickers and AVC 2018 shirts!

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