Build your own datalogger for your Arduino!
Brush up on your Edison while we wait for the Inventor's Kit!
Arduino formally announces the Arduino Uno and Arduino Mega 2560.
We've got an AVC poster, a video, the Arduino Inventor's Kit, a new GPS, FTDI Cables, and a handful of other new products.
Back by popular demand, our Introduction to Arduino class.
Today is the day to get your SparkFun Inventor's Kit for Intel® Edison pre-orders in!
Our biggest sale on Arduino is happening all weekend, and we have new products as well!
So you want to experiment with Arduino? Check this out.
Back in January, we announced a small contest for teachers and educators using the SparkFun Inventor's Kit in their classes. We wanted to highlight and reward teachers for their hard work and dedication to promoting STEM education in the classroom.
New Arduino Mega, Atomic inertia measurement unit, coffee mug, solder, jumper wires, and mini-Bully posted.
Join us for a great class on the basics of using Arduino.
Arduino/STK500 bootloader tutorial and a basic Arduino beginner's tutorial. SparkFun is sponsoring Copenhagen Suborbitals! Someday, a Logomatic in space...
Ever wonder how the Arduino IDE translates your code into instructions for the processor?
Build your own Arduino Controlled Sip-and-Puff switch.
Check out this tutorial about using openFrameworks with your Arduino.
Intro to Arduino Class: Streaming Live This Weekend!
Say "hello" to the Arduino FIO - plus a few other new products!
We have a new tutorial designed to help you find the right Arduino, plus a whole bunch of new products.
Check out this new tutorial about all the types of data you might deal with while using Arduino.
A simple search on-line for "Arduino resources" results in "About 3,920,000 results (0.30 seconds)," but if you're just starting out and interested in getting Arduino into your classroom - this can be terribly overwhelming. So - here's a list of some of the sites I like to use.
Come check out the Boulder Arduino Hackfest! It's going to be awesome.
You know the SIK; you love the SIK – now let's turn up the volume.
Check out this tutorial to get started with the Microview!
We often teach beginning learners that the standard 16 MHz Arduino Uno is fast... really fast. 16 MHz means 16 Million cycles per second -- or that translates to 1/16 millionths of a second per cycle. That's a mere 62.5 ns. That's fast. So, is the Arduino _really_ that fast? Let's see...
This coming Saturday, March 28th, is Arduino Day - celebrate with us!
Just in time for Arduino Day, we're bringing you the magic of infographics.
We want to update our customers on where we stand with the on-going Arduino saga.
Earlier today, Arduino announced a new partnership with Microsoft and special support for Windows.
Do you use the SparkFun Inventor's Kit in your classroom? This contest is for you!
If you're looking to chat with those on the "other side," might as well do it with Arduino!
The release of Arduino 1.6 has really improved my Arduino-programming life thanks to custom platform support, command line utilities and line numbers!
EL Escudo new shield for Arduino. A new class for Monday and a few new user submitted projects.
Check out this tutorial from our own Nick Poole!
A nicely done animatronic hand from a 15-year old customer!
When writing a library, pass in I2C ports to make the library more useful on different platforms.
First impressions of the Arduino/Intel-hybrid Galileo board - an x86 Arduino! - a small example project, and our likes and dislikes.