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Raspberry Pi Foundation Hackspace Event in Mountain View on 9/30

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is sponsoring Foundation tech evangelist and developer Rob Bishop from the UK at hackspace Events in San Francisco, Mountain View, and at Stanford on 9/29, 9/30, and 10/1, respectively. He will be providing an overview of the Foundation's efforts to develop the Raspberry Pi for education and will be demonstrating the latest and greatest hardware and software.

Bring along any software or peripheral/accessory projects that you may be working on as Rob will be giving prizes away on behalf of the Foundation.

These will be joint meetups with Raspberry Jam Silicon Valley where members will be bringing their Pi boards, displays, cases, and other peripherals and accessories, including PiTops created using cables interfaced to Atrix lapdocks. I plan to be at all three events.

Noisebridge hackspace in San Francisco Saturday 9/29:
https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/RaspberryPiEvent

Hacker Dojo in Mountain View on Sunday 9/30:
http://events.hackerdojo.com/event/1613010-whats-up-and-coming-with-raspberry-pi

Stanford University on Monday 10/1:
http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4350626842

Hope to see you there!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Good speaker, poorly organized. I got there at 1:00 and the speaker was already into the talk. I see no notification that says it was to start earlier. Also, some of the promotion said what looked like there would be talks repeated every 2 hours. When I left at about 3:20, new people were there but no new talk looked like it was about to start. And, while out of the organizers control, it was disappointing that we were not able to buy one there, as advertised.

    September 30, 2012

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