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1st Wimbledon Raspberry Jam
Sun 26 June 2016, 12:00 – 17:00 BST
1st Wimbledon Raspberry Jam at the Wimbledon Library
This is the 1st Wimbledon Raspberry Jam.
A Raspberry Jam is an event for people interested in making, creating, programming, electronics, robots and computing in education.
The event will have projects on show for inspiration, talks and workshops.
Including talks by teachers and children who are passionate about coding.
Cat Lamin has been very busy building an amazing agenda for the day. See the details below.
The workshop size is limited by the number of Raspberry Pi computers in the room and so it is essential that people pre-book. To book just email saying which workshop you wish to attend and the number of people who will be attending. We will then add you to the session and confirm your place.
Talks are drop in so no requirement to pre-book.
If you have a project you would like to bring along for the show and tell area let us know and we will allocate you a space. If you need more than one table let us know so we can make sure all exhibitors have the space they need. We'd recommend bringing extension leads and anything else you need for your project to be shown at its best. It's also good to have a handout stating what your project is and how other can build it themself.
1.00pm Ben Nuttall, Raspberry Pi Foundation
Welcome and introduction
1.00pm Isabella Romiza (aged 10)
Girls can code
1.30pm Cat Lamin
Adventures in Primary Computing
2.00pm Ozzy & Jasper (aged 9 & 11)
Your code in space
2.30pm Stuart Ramdeen
Using Pi as a Google Print or iTunes server
3.00 Brian Corteil
Robots, a starters guide
3.30pm Andy Melder
12.15pm Using the Sense Hat with Richard Hayler
1.00pm BBC micro:bit with Nic Hughes
1.45pm Building a Crumble Robot with Redfern Electronics
2:30pm Hacking Minecraft on a Raspberry Pi with Hannah Mills
Workshop places will need to be booked in advance.
Brian Corteil will be running the Micro Pi-Noon challenge
Bring along your own sub A6 Raspberry Pi robot & take part in Micro Pi-Noon, or use one of the house robots to battle it out. Pi-Noon prize kindly donated by 4Tronix (www.4tronix.co.uk)
One final thing. If you cannot make it please release your tickets so others can attend. The Jam is already fully booked and we have been contacted by people who wish to attend. So, if even up to the day itself if your plans change please login to Eventbrite and release your ticket.
Pre registration required (it's free).
Under 16s need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
No Soldering onsite.
In association with Wimbletch
Wimbledon's very own Council & Community backed coworking campus