18 Mar '17, 3am

Hackaday.io projects featured on the Hackaday Blog

Hackaday.io projects featured on the Hackaday Blog

Hackaday.io just welcomed the 200,000th registered user! We are the world’s largest repository of open hardware projects and Hackaday.io is proving its worth as the world’s most vibrant technology community. This is where you go to get inspiration for your next project, to get help fleshing out your product ideas, to build your engineering dream team, and to tell the tales of the workbench whether that be success, failure, or anything in between. Over the past six months, as we’ve grown from the 150k member milestone to this one, our movement has enjoyed ever-increasing interaction among this amazing group of people. Thank you for spending so much time here and making Hackaday.io a great place for everyone! Hack Chat Bring Experts from Many Fields It’s always great when you can watch a conference talk or interview online. But if you weren’t there in person the opportunity ...

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