Thanks, everyone!

On Saturday at the Maker Faire (Bay Area 2014) I was given a spark core for free at the spark booth from a guy named Joe. I would like to thank everyone at spark that made all of this possible. I am very excited to start messing around with my spark to create my dreams.

Something I noticed while using the spark tinker was how easily this could become a wonderful way to teach electronics and Arduino to people who are not very educated about it. I really wish I had something like tinker when I got my first Arduino, a number of years ago, a sweet Duimellinove (spelling?) that automatically detected the power source, which got a piece of a wire stuck in the digital pin 8, which was about the time I moved on to the Uno… I’m getting sidetracked…

Anyway, back to what I was saying:
You guys are awesome. Keep doing what you’re doing :smiley:


@threetwentysix, can’t wait to see what you do with your Spark! We’re here for you if you need help or just want to share your project :smile:


Way to go @jgoggins!

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Hey @threetwentysix , I can’t tell you how much it means to me and the team to have young and passionate people like yourself using our platform to learn and pursue your dreams. It was great chatting with you at Maker Faire; good luck, and obviously, if there is anything the we can do to help–please reach out.

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