A friendly, informal gathering of people interested in this amazing computer. A forum for sharing knowledge and experience (and having some fun too).Whether your a hobbyist with a cool new project, a teacher looking for ideas on using the Pi in the classroom, a kid who's looking to get started with coding or a complete newbie who wants some help and advice, this is the place to come.
What happens at a Raspberry Jam?
Show-and-Tells - Talks - Workshops - Socialising
Bring your projects, admire other's work, get inspired. We offer space for displaying your cool projects and run workshops on coding and basic electronics. It's not just the Raspberry Pi either, Micro:bits and Arduino kit often makes an appearance.
Who Can Attend?
Anyone! It doesn't matter if you're a beginner, expert or just plain curious. All ages, shapes and sizes are welcome. If you're a newbie, come and learn, if you're an old hack, share your knowledge. Younger children are welcome but must be supervised at all times.
Where are the Jams held?
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park