The Adafruit Learning System has 2,500 guides – THANK YOU! #adafruit @adafruit
As of today, the Adafruit Learning System has 2,500 guides! Thank you to the entire team at Adafruit who builds and makes learn.adafruit.com one of the best resources online for learning. Thank you to all our authors, and contributors for putting your smarts out there for so many to build their dreams with. Thank you to our teams and friends that take photos, shoot video, write code, and helped make something so special for so many.
Most of all, thank you to the folks who read, learn, and share learn.adafruit.com and use it to help others.
The first guide was one of the ladyada.net guides we moved over to learn.adafruit.com and it was the TTL Serial Camera, created at: “2012-06-12 16:12:29”
The 2,000 guide mark was reached on September 24, 2019.
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