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Seeking your input on winter/spring Parallax workshops for educators

This December we are planning our winter and spring on-line events. We’re considering a series of 20 unique one-hour educational …

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CYBER.ORG Grant Application requires ten minutes and puts Parallax into your class!

Today (November 30, 2020) is the deadline for CYBER.ORG’s Technology Grant Program. CYBER.ORG has contributed to cyber education across¬†the United …

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Micro:bit 2.0 Modules In Stock and Shipping!

All Three Package Types Now Available Parallax is an official reseller of the micro:bot v2.0 modules. We have received thousands …

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Propeller 2 Live Forum today at 2:00 pm Pacific: Open Discussion

Today’s P2 Live Forum is open for topics of any kind. Bring your ideas, examples, questions, and requests since Chip …

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Propeller 2 Graphical Debug Tools in Spin2

Try Our Examples in PNut Early adopters using the Propeller 2 Multicore Microcontroller are well aware of our internal software …

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New SumoBot WX Tutorial: Avoid Ring Edge with QTI Sensors

New SumoBot WX Tutorial: Avoid Ring Edge with QTI Sensors A new tutorial has been posted for the SumoBot WX: …

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Cyber.org Education Grant Puts Parallax Robots in Your Class (for a second time)

Act now! Parallax’s educational partner CYBER.ORG made another tremendous announcement for technology education programs in the United States. They’re inviting …

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BBC micro:bit v2.0s Have Shipped to Parallax; Place Pre-orders Today

This morning (November 17, 2020) we received a shipping confirmation that the new BBC micro:bit v2.0 modules are on their …

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Parallax’s Mystery Box Kits Shipping + BBC micro:bit v2.0!

Pre-order the new BBC micro:bit v2.0 from Parallax! The Microbit Educational Foundation made a significant announcement today about the new …

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Propeller 2 Live Forum Registration Link: Support Questions and Open Discussion

Let’s start out with a bit of history and take a look at Peter Jakacki’s P2D2 board. When Parallax first …

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