Just a friendly reminder of an upcoming class.

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Eagle 6 Has Landed

The PCB layout tool we use called Eagle has undergone some helpful changes in v6.

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We skipped our video last week, but we're back with a whole bunch of new products and a cool demo.

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Plushbot Class

Can't think of a Valentine's present for your sweetheart?

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SparkFun has now decided to take an official position on the matter and stands with our fellow citizens of the internet by opposing SOPA and PIPA!

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Build your own datalogger for your Arduino!

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Check out a new class: "Processing the Danger Shield"

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Our third Free-Day has come and gone and we have a few new products that some of our lucky winners might be interested in getting.

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Let's go over the numbers for Free Day 2012

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It's Free Day 2012! Tips on how to stay connected to SparkFun in a variety of ways during the mayhem.

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Check out this month's edition of According to Pete!

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Welcome to 2012 and our first round of new products for the year!

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Cubelets are back in full force!

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Free Day is only a week away! Are you ready?

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It's SparkFun PJ Day

Bust our your PJs at work and share the warmth!

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This is the last New Product Post of the year and although we only have a few products to talk about this week, it's been a good year.

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Check Out the Roboat

The Roboat is a GPS-guided Autonomous Boat.

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Open House Video

Couldn't make it to the Open House? Check out the recap video.

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