Another big week for new products. Check out all the connectors, plugs, and tools we have for this week.

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Check out the live stream of our packaging contest and we have a new robotics class!

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Take the Open Source Hardware survey and come say hi at our booth in DC.

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April 7-15 is National Robotics Week.

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It's a big week for new products. We've got a lot this week, so get your tax refunds ready!

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Check out this nice project from a SparkFun customer.

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Are you the best solderer in the west/east/north-central?

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The server generated music of sparkfun.com

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Check out the new products for the week and see what our roof looks like.

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Please register if you want to check out the SparkFun Autonomous Vehicle Competition.

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An introduction to our Customer Service squad.

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Check out the final installment of our Free Day Documentary.

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Want to learn Arduino? Check out this class!

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This week we play some pranks with our new products.

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Dust off your funny skills - you've got captioning to do.

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Rock-climbing researchers use clever dataloggers to solve a migration mystery and help save a species.

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There are three classes in the next three days with spots still left!

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The weekend is almost here, so we're talking about the new products from this week and demonstrating a couple as well.

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I love the spinning box aspect of this project! I’m new to this stuff, what are the metal connectors called that are hooked up to the Piezo…
Good call. I usually forget to do this (unless I’m working with uint8_t), since I’m so used to “int,” but specifically calling out the byte…
Programming for 8, 32, and 64 bit systems, I personally prefer to use names such as “uint8_t”, “int64_t”, etc. so that it’s clear if it’s…
October? Really? Did you forget about the weather in Colorado in October? It frequently snows, and/or rains a lot.
PPPRS is scheduled for these dates in Denver, so I’m guessing at the Maker Faire.
Interesting. Maybe AVC at Maker Faire??
This is the same weekend as Denver Maker Faire. That’s going to be a tough choice for many of the makers in the area.
Right, but in the context of that table it is the Arduino platform. I’m not sure if the Arduino pre-processing stuff defines it as int8_t or…
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