What is #RaspberryJam?

Raspberry Jam is a rapidly growing global network of user groups that meet every month to support hobbyists, developers, teachers, students, children 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, some of our regular members are volunteers for the Raspberry Pi Foundation. At our meetings we have helpful people who can help you with everything you need to get what you want from your Raspberry Pi.

You do not need to have a Raspberry Pi to come to a meeting. In fact, not having a Raspberry Pi is an excellent motive for coming along. You will discover what you can do with a Raspberry Pi when you do manage to get hold of one.

Tell me more If you would like to know more you can watch this recording of a Google Hangout courtesy of Leon Cych, or listen to an audioboo by Alan O’Donohoe. Here is a blog post by Dan Hett describing the Manchester Raspberry Jam on June 9th. This is a video just showing the talks section of the London Raspberry Jam on June 20th and a blog post by The Scientific Moustache. This recording of a Hangout is a group of us discussing organising a RaspberryJam and how to see over the barriers. Rory Cellan-Jones, BBC Technology Correspondent wrote this piece about the Cambridge RaspberryJam

Hashtag#RaspberryJam is our hashtag on Twitter that you can use to search for activity on Twitter. Please help spread our Raspberry Jam by using the hashtag #RaspberryJam.

Your #RaspberryJam – Visit this page to find out how to host your own event.

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Disclaimer - Raspberry Jam is not endorsed, sponsored or associated with Raspberry Pi or Raspberry Pi products or services

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