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  • Hanukkah Paper Circuits
    Celebrate Hanukkah by lighting this paper circuit menorah using copper tape, an LED and a coin cell battery. This is a great project to add to your school or library makerspace around the holiday season. We also, have Christmas paper… The post Hanukkah Paper Circuits appeared first on Makerspaces.com. …
    Source: MakerspacesPublished on 2019-12-10By Makerspaces.com
  • Getting more from your SparkFun Edge Development Board

    Don’t forget, we’ve got new deals live today for our Week of Deals sale. Stock up for 2020 projects and find your last-minute gifts, all in one place! Last week, SparkFun CTO Kirk and I headed out to the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA, to take part in …
    Source: Sparkfun NewsPublished on 2019-12-10By Rob Reynolds
  • CSforPGH Index

    CSforPGH is proud to announce the launch of the CSforPGH Index, a new microsite of tools and resources that support computer science education. Visit the site here. Curated by members of the CSforPGH Working Group, each resource in the Index is described in technical and educational detail, along with insights …
    Source: Remake LearningPublished on 2019-12-10By Jackie Johns
  • SparkFun’s Week of Deals

    Our week of deals is here! Whether you need to stock up for upcoming projects or shop for some last-minute gifts, we’ve got you covered. Each day this week has a new set of discounted products, and don’t forget to check out week-long sales on the Electronics Pantry category to …
    Source: Sparkfun NewsPublished on 2019-12-09By Hailey Blessing
  • Programming the SparkFun Edge with Arduino

    Programming the SparkFun Edge with Arduino a learn.sparkfun.com tutorial Available online at: http://sfe.io/t1103 Introduction When we released the SparkFun Edge Development Board powered by TensorFlow, we knew that we were releasing it slightly ahead of the software wave that was promised to follow. One of …
    Source: Sparkfun TutorialsPublished on 2019-12-09By ROB-24601
  • Friday Product Post: Time to SHIM your Pi with Qwiic

    Hello everyone, and welcome back to your familiar Friday Product Post. We are back from Thanksgiving break, still very full, and ready to release new products! This week we have three new products, starting off with the super small Qwiic SHIM for your Raspberry Pi. We follow that up with …
    Source: Sparkfun NewsPublished on 2019-12-06By Chris McCarty
  • Week of Deals Preview

    We interrupt your regularly scheduled Enginursday with exciting news! Did you miss the sale last weekend? Maybe you have some last minute shopping to do, or a new project you’re working on. If so, you’re in luck. Starting next Monday (12/9), we have a whole week of deals for you! …
    Source: Sparkfun NewsPublished on 2019-12-05By Hailey Blessing
  • Qwiic SHIM for Raspberry Pi Hookup Guide

    Qwiic SHIM for Raspberry Pi Hookup Guide a learn.sparkfun.com tutorial Available online at: http://sfe.io/t1065 Introduction The SparkFun Qwiic SHIM for Raspberry Pi is a small, easily removable breakout to add a Qwiic connector to your Raspberry Pi. The SHIM (short for Shove Hardware in the …
    Source: Sparkfun TutorialsPublished on 2019-12-05By El Duderino
  • Learn to Develop in RISC-V with our RED-V Boards
    A few weeks ago, we released our first two RISC-V capable boards we affectionately dubbed “RED-V.” The SparkFun RED-V RedBoard is in a standard Arduino Uno R3 footprint, while the SparkFun RED-V Thing Plus is in a Feather-compatible footprint. By now the majority of you that are interested in developing …
    Source: Sparkfun NewsPublished on 2019-12-04By Chris McCarty
  • Getting a Module FCC Certified

    For years SparkFun was wary of getting a product fully FCC certified. The process was always seemed unknown and prohibitively expensive. We’ve written about the FCC requirements for products and hobby projects the past but with the development of the SparkFun Edge and the creation of Artemis it was clear …
    Source: Sparkfun NewsPublished on 2019-12-03By Nathan Seidle

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