AVC: The Greatest Show on Earth!

Six days and counting till the biggest, best autonomous vehicle competition in SparkFun history Sept. 17

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A new ANTenna from Great Scott Gadgets, a new book, and new organization receptacle!

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We've made a "Stranger Things"-inspired message wall for your viewing (and tweeting!) pleasure.

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Be part of AVC from anywhere in the known universe with an internet connection.

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Adding a chronograph to a Hot Wheels track to measure the speed of passing toy cars.

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How JavaScript has evolved into a language supporting an entire ecosystem of devices

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What's inside the crowd participation wristbands you find at major events?

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Robotic competition not enough for you? Not to worry -- this year's AVC promises so much more.

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Introducing the new SparkFun 9DoF Sensor Stick, featuring the LSM9DS1!

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This Enginursday tests a 7805 regulator with various heat sinks.

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An in-depth look at the winners of our IoT for Everyone contest

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An unsung hero of the Space Race earns her place among the stars.

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Mul-ti-pass! A new Multiplexer Breakout along with a revision to our tried and true aluminum enclosures.

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Playing around with auto-generating content, or predicting next words.

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You've officially got plans on Sept. 17.

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Let's welcome Glenn Samala to his crazy new family.

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