Member Since: August 14, 2006
Country: United States
Nathan Seidle grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma and transplanted himself to Colorado during college.
Hand in every cookie jar (CEO)
English and Datasheet
C, VB, and evil Makefiles
Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics - class of 2000 (Oklahoma City, OK), University of Colorado - class of 2004 (Boulder, CO).
Girl Robots - This is going to be the best prom ever. Crew, hiking, boxing, and the occasional snowboard jump.
The costs and time required to get the world's first open source BLE module certified with the FCC.
Any FCC certified module needs a tin can to protect and prevent RF emissions. Check out how we did it for Artemis!
Checkout how we drilled through the back of a PCB in order to solder to the hidden pads under a cellular module.
Learn how we created our own SMD module using PCB tips and tricks for blind and buried vias.
SparkFun is pleased to announce a new line of development tools to help implement edge computing, including voice and image recognition.
If we've learned one thing at SparkFun it's that geeks love to talk about their projects! We can't wait to share what we've been cooking. Check out the pile of new products, sensors and breakout boards!
It's not pretty but we've come up with a way to make I2C based libraries even more flexible. Now you can pass a software I2C port into a library!
We've got the magnetic tile back in stock and the first boards made with Buzzard are in!
Panelizer and CAMmer: More production tools with EAGLE to avoid silly mistakes.
We make a lot of panels. Let's automate it!
Watch out, we’ve been translating technical English… How to install and edit the SparkFun English file for the Charm High software.
Getting the Windows software installed
From design to population in less than a minute!
How to add a leader to a cut tape using audio splicing tape.
Unboxing the $2800 desktop pick and place machine.
To celebrate our "crystal anniversary," here's a collection of the stories, blog posts, products and adventures from 15 years of making crazy things.
What does an image of a flexible display and a monkey have to do with each other?
We put an escape room on a board.
Wherein I felt the urge to respond to a recent WIRED article that hits close to home.
A tour of our humble R&D abode and some of the projects we've been cooking.
It's the next greatest thing to desktop spectroscopy.
Want to talk to multiple I2C sensors but have only one address? No problem.
Air quality has never been easier or more advanced.
We're pleased to announce our new Qwiic system.
What's in the box?! Opening a safe with a little intelligence and a little brute force.
Copying Vail Resorts' UHF RFIDs based lift tickets.
We use 0603 SMD packages but the electronics world uses much smaller sized components.
I think you've got enough news feeds as it is
Is your logo causing your silkscreen file to be huge?
We use serial communication all the time. But why are we using multiples of 300?
When writing a library, pass in I2C ports to make the library more useful on different platforms.
Let's welcome Glenn Samala to his crazy new family.
With an FEP, an FIR and a DP, we have a winner!
Looking for information in the noise: a contest to crowdsource a better algorithm for accelerometer data.
When things become sentient, it's good to be able to remotely kill power.
It's time to get back to building crazy stuff.
Spark IO changes their name. SparkFun and Particle partner to change the world.
The dropping cost of LED bulbs is accelerating. We compare a few brands to see how they are approaching design and lower cost manufacturing.
We want to update our customers on where we stand with the on-going Arduino saga.
A $58,000 lesson in mid-volume manufacturing
A simple non-spammy trick to double the speed you upload to your Arduino board.
Parts to wirelessly reprogram an Arduino over the internet...
These are parts you may want for the HID Tutorial.
All the parts you need to build your own weather station!...