- Thanks to everyone who prepared something, everyone who demoed their work or their hobbies, everyone who went to get the Pizza, who dished out the food and drinks or managed the registration table, and thanks to everyone who came along with their great ideas. Please follow @maydupname on twitter for updates and future London events.
- — jonathanfurness (@jonathanfurness)Thu, Jan 03 2013 15:14:59Fab beginning to Raspberry Jam event - handing out teacher, super geek, geek, parent badges. Good fun getting to know e'one #raspberryjam
- — Daniel Kennedy (@djkennedy)Thu, Jan 03 2013 18:05:30Idea: facial recognition that reads the name of people it sees for blind people so they know who they are in the room with #raspberryjam
- — Lois (@cluelessmonkeys)Fri, Jan 04 2013 10:57:41
- — Keith Towns (@keithtowns)Fri, Jan 04 2013 10:57:41Oh no, there are no PiFace boards available. Project ideas dreamt up on the tube home from the #RaspberryJam will have to wait.
- — Dani Harrison (@fluffydaniharri)Thu, Jan 03 2013 18:05:36
- — Rosie Campbell (@RosieCampbell)Thu, Jan 03 2013 18:05:36Despite not having a Raspberry Pi yet, I'm now inspired to think of cool project ideas! Maybe I'll make my room into a disco #RaspberryJam
London #raspberrypi #raspberryjam for 11-16 year olds
A free event at Mozilla's London HQ for an 11-16 year old crowd - showcasing the £35 Raspberry Pi computer, getting involved in workshops and eating pizza.
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