Next Raspberry Jam at Dragon Hall!
Saturday, 23 April 2016 from 14:00 to 16:30 (BST)
Covent Garden Dragon Hall Trust – 17 Stukeley Street, London WC2B 5LT, United Kingdom
An event aimed to celebrate the raspberry pi and the learning potential it provides.
Newcomer to code?
We need you, the software world is always changing, trust me you are not alone, most professional programmers are facing the prospect of something new every day. You’re among friends!
Raspberry Pi user?
Welcome on “board” we need you. Come tell us about your builds, share your knowledge and maybe grab some ideas, it will be fun to see what you can share.
We have been very fortunate to have Craig Argh sign up to mentor at this event, so bring your books for signing, I know I will. We’ve been using his recipie cards for as long as #cgjam has existed:
Minecraft Pi Recipe Cards
Here are his books:
There will also be Grace from the South London Jam with her son Femi and they will be running a session building robots using the Cambridge Jam’s Camjam robotic kits.
Frank will be there with some kindly donated boards, some Uncorn hats and some dots boards, come and check them out.
There will also be Sonic Pi with Paul Winstanley, and he may be running a demo on the day so keep your eyes peeled for this.
There will be talks throughout the day upstairs, along with soldering with Andrew Gales excellent kits in our side room, please do check them out. Not just for the grown ups, and we’re hoping to get a stream with the raspberry pi creative technologists who are having a jam in Cambridge on the same day!
The London Raspberry Pi community, Coder Dojo London and the raspberry pint crew
Organiser of #cgjam 6
Organising the event we have…
Frank, who is continuing to hack about with his pi, and “scratch”ing (get it?) his way around minecraft!
Zach, a teenage Pi-oneer who builds robots with his Pi and made the educational, musical, add-on board PiPiano
Grace, organiser of South London raspberry jam and robot builder extraordinaire.
Paul the sonic pi guy! A father at the January dojo and a STEM ambassador. Welcome back to the crew!
Bryan Hogan from the Risc Os user group, legendary Pi user and enthusiast for the original OS for the ARM chip in the pi
The wonderful coder dojo volunteers that support events throughout London.
Hopefully some other enthusiasts from the Raspberry Pint crew & Dragon Hall Techies.