- Help out on the redesign of tessel.io
- Thank you to our Hacktoberfest participants!
- SparkFun Tutorials with the Tessel 2
tessel.io is ready for a redesign
The original design of tessel.io was focused on promoting and pre-ordering the Tessel 2, showing off its many features, modules, and example code. Now the Tessel 2 is out in the real world, available at SparkFun, Seeed Studio, and even Micro Center, so its time for tessel.io to focus on the Tessel Project and the incredible community around it. If you want to help design and build front page of an open-source hardware and software platform, check out the open issue and let us know how you want to get involved!
Hacktoberfest was a rousing success yet again for the open-source community on GitHub. Thank you to the new and current contributors who participated because we appreciate every PR opened. There are still plenty of starter issues available for anyone who wants to get some practice in for next year’s event.
Build cool stuff with SparkFun and Tessel 2
Our friends at SparkFun and Bocoup put together some amazing project tutorials using parts from the Johnny-Five Inventor’s Kit, along with a few other materials. These projects are great for anyone who wants to move past the hardware basics and construct a full-featured machine or Internet-connected service with Tessel 2. If you haven’t bought the Inventor’s Kit yet, it will be a part of SparkFun’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals!
Shoutout to the Tessel community
- Tim Ryan spoke at Rustfest in Berlin
- Andre Garzia presented the Tessel 2 at Web.br
- Scott Klein wrote about connecting your Tessel to the Microsoft Azure IoT Hub
That’s all for this week! Feel free to submit to the next newsletter. In the meantime, see you online.
Everyone at the Tessel Project
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