TONIGHT! Meet Digi-Key in the Adafruit Discord server 8pm ET 6/21/18 (video) #askdigikey #makewithdigikey #digikeydiscord @digikey
Meet Digi-Key in the Adafruit Discord server (video).
For the month of June, hang out with Digi-Key in the Adafruit Discord server! (http://adafru.it/digikeydiscord) Digi-Key, Adafruit, and the maker/pro-engineer community will come together to discuss: electronics, Digi-Key & Adafruit history, and more!
Tune in June 21st at 8:00 PM EDT for “Meet Digi-Key”. A few of our friends from the Digi-Key staff will be there to introduce themselves and tell you about their company and how Digi-Key fits into the maker ecosystem and community.
We’re huge fans of Digi-Key at Adafruit (we buy stuff from them all the time & they’re one of the top Adafruit distributors). In addition to great discussions, they’ll be running promotions, giveaways and more, so please tune in!
If you miss the first event, don’t worry! We’ll be having Digi-Key back for more events the rest of the month:
Thursdays at 8PM EDT: June 21 st- TONIGHT!!!
June 28th –
The channel will be open all month and we want to hear from you. Please come with questions, comments, or just to say hi! See you there!
Eink, E-paper, Think Ink – Collin shares six segments pondering the unusual low-power display technology that somehow still seems a bit sci-fi – http://adafruit.com/thinkink
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