More Adafruit_Support in the Adafruit customer forums! Give a warm welcome to Caitsith2!
Many folks who frequent Adafruit and the Adafruit forums know our friend Caitsith2 – he posts in the forums dispensing useful and helpful advice, he has beta tested our latest clock kit and has contributed some cool TV-B-Gone mods. We are pleased, thrilled and ecstatic to announce he will be helping us out in the forums providing support for Adafruit customers! We spend hours each day answering questions in the forums, posting tips and helping out beginners to pros – and now we’re adding more staff to do more, faster and better. So give a warm welcome to Caitsith2 Adafruit_Support in the Adafruit customer forums!
Our goal at Adafruit is to have the best open source hardware kits at the best value with the best support. Having staff in the forums around clock in addition to the massive tutorials we try to publish all the time, videos, blog posts, Flickr photos,Twitter chatter – along with our weekly live video chat, and near-instant email response time for customer order inquires are all part of what you get when you choose Adafruit as your source for electronics 🙂
Thank you for the support! We will continue to do our best to support you!
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