I just put together your data logger shield for my Arduino Uno. I wanted to tell you that your stuff is awesome!
The docs, libraries, instructions – all top-shelf. I had the thing up and running in 90 minutes.
I am a 50-something hardware hacker and am having a ball with they Arduino world.
I am sure you hear this all the time, but I built a ton of Heathkits when I was a teenager. When the surface mount
technology showed up – they were doomed. I remember those years with great fondness; I thought they were gone forever.
You have bought back the joy of building electronic kits! The boards/components are much smaller than they were in the 70’s,
and my eyes need the help of a jewelers helmet. Other than that – I am back in the kit building business.
Keep up the great work!
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