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Seattle Raspberry Pi Meetup

The Seattle Raspberry Pi Meetup is sponsored by Jigsaw Renaissance, a non-profit maker space housed in Inscape Arts building just south of Uwajimaya in Seattle's International District. This meetup is for all things Raspberry Pi. Jigsaw Renaissance provides a meeting space for enthusiasts to meet and work on projects with other beginners and experts. Speakers and specific learning topics will be as often as possible. Events are free, though donations to keep Jigsaw Renaissance operating are gladly accepted. People from all backgrounds, interests, and walks of life are encouraged to attend. Do not be intimidated if you have little of no experience with Linux, Raspberry Pi, or other techie stuff. Jigsaw Renaissance provides a collegial and inviting atmosphere for people to learn and grow. We’re not endorsed or associated with the Raspberry Pi, but we're big fans!

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  • Paul N.

    I would attend but the last open house at the UW Observatory is Wednesday night. :(
    I plan to be back for the November meeting.

    October 16, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I've made a little progress in my quest to learn Open GL ES on the RPi. Maybe at the 10/16 meetup someone with more Open GL experience will magically appear to help me out...

    October 13, 2013

  • Richard A.

    I'll be sure to bring my currant RPi project along. Basically it is a WiFi enabled Apache LAN server. I started on this before Coder was announced as a way to have a portable development platform for SQL and PHP. I also figure this would be a good device for sharing information located within WiFi range and not dependent on an internet connection.

    Think of it like a portable LAN party, but with no wires.

    October 1, 2013

  • Thom M.

    Jigsaw now has a discussion group for Raspberry Pi topics. It's open to the public, and anyone can join here:!forum/raspberry-pi

    October 1, 2013

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