Thank you – from Adafruit

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Without you there isn’t an Adafruit.

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Thank you!

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  1. I think many of us are grateful for the community you have engendered and the shining example of generosity and of what is possible in the maker culture. We’re all the better for it. Thank you.

  2. Thanks for a nice post and you’re welcome.

    I am thankful that I at least have my health and found

    I’m an unemployed Electrical Engineer and can not get job interviews so I started to write-off electronic work altogether. The electronic job market here in Cleveland is rather bleak for me. This is more of a blue collar town.

    But then I came across and I have renewed faith in the possibility to find work in what I love to do, which is learn, design, and build new things in electronics.

    The electronic kits and open source community seems promising and I hope that I can contribute at any level, as an employee for someone or with my own small business and offer cool new gadgets.

    Happy Holidays.

  3. Many many many thanks to you ladyada!

    Andrea from italy

  4. Congratulations for everything, you deserve!

  5. Thank you for such great customer service and for stocking so many neat things!

  6. Many many thanks from all the adafans out there!

  7. When did you get your first staff member? That must have been a huge milestone for you.

  8. hi @frank – we’ve had staff, either part-time or working with us since 2005 in some way 🙂

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