UPDATE Tuesday 18th September:: Attendees limited to 30 (as we've already got 70 people singed up on eventbrite). If everyone turns up, there'll be 100 of us!
Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It’s a capable little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video. It is intended that people all over the world will use it to learn programming.
London Raspberry Jam is a part of a global network of user groups that meet every month to support hobbyists, developers, teachers, students and families - in fact anybody that would like to put their Raspberry Pi to good use. While Raspberry Jam is not endorsed, sponsored or associated with Raspberry Pi or Raspberry Pi products or services, our members are helpful people who can help you with everything you need to get what you want from your Raspberry Pi.
Each month we have opportunity to meet up with other Raspberry Fans. Watch this video from our first event and a blog post about it.
Pi People - Whether you consider yourself a RasPi Pro, a n00b or don't even know what Raspberry Pi is - we encourage you to come along and find out more. If you have a Pi project that you would like to show, please bring it to our meeting. You will be struck by how welcoming, supportive and friendly our group are. If you can help us organise the event, please click here to send the organisers a message
Pi and Pint - After our meeting a group of us head to a nearby pub to follow our Pi with a pint.
Speakers - If you have a suggestion or a request for a talk/presentation, or perhaps you want to show something, please click here to send the organisers a message.
Registration - It is crucial that we can make sure the venue caters for the right size of audience. We have a 60 - 100 seater space, depending on how we layout furniture.
Refreshments - We hope to provide tea, coffee, water etc. and hopefully;
Hashtag - Please help spread the love by using the hashtag #RaspiJam :-)
Disclaimer - Raspberry Jam is not endorsed, sponsored or associated with Raspberry Pi or Raspberry Pi products or services