3,000 Thanks! Internet of Things Newsletter @adafruit @adafruitio
Thanks to everyone (over three thousand of you!) who subscribe to the Adafruit IoT Newsletter. We’re excited to have hit over 3,000 subscribers!
We started this newsletter in May 2019 to highlight the latest projects and news for Adafruit’s IoT platform, Adafruit IO (io.adafruit.com). Since then, we’ve expanded this newsletter to not only focus on our offerings, but also include the best internet of things projects, news, and hardware from around the Internet. Since then, we’ve published 29 issues.
We’re thankful for everyone who reads, writes, and copyedits this newsletter every month.
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