Access Space are kindly hosting the Jam.
Bring along your Pi kit, Lapdocks, screens, power, GPIO, lasers and other projects to share with others and help them learn. We'll hopefully have a few screens and keyboards available, but numbers are limited so anything you can bring yourself is helpful.
The Sheffield Jam is all about Pi-oneers sharing their knowledge with each other to learn and grow with the Pi. Paul will be on-hand to help with your Pi questions and make introductions if you're the shy sort.
Children are super welcome if supervised by an adult.
We will also be hocking a range of Pi Accessories and electronics to help support the running of the Jam. We're also happy for people to chip in via eventbrite if they can.
Got something special to show off? Get in touch and we'll see what we can do to let people know there's something out of the ordinary to show off.
Suggestions can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org or to @guru via twitter.
The Raspberry Pi Logo and name are Trademarks of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Sheffield Raspberry Jam is not officially affiliated with the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Paul Beech (@guru)
Paul is the designer and branding guy for the Raspberry Pi Foundation and runs Pimoroni, makers of the Pibow and Picade.