On the 10th May we saw another Raspberry Pi Jamboree launched, and I think it is fair to say it was the most eventful Jam to date in terms of activities and workshops. Brilliantly organised by Michael and Tim – and very well facilitated by the Institute of Astronomy at Cambridge, thanks to Andy Batey .

See the full authorised writeup from Michael Horne at the CamJam website here
or the RaspberryPi foundation here.

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This was a  hugely successful family event, everybody involved.

 

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Matthew from Team Kano dropped in to show off their geek kit;
a great keyboard, very desirable package.

 

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Matt Manning getting 2 young ‘Raspbians’ involved in a sensor workshop.

 

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Gee Bartlett leading the ‘Solder Ninja’ workshops ;
we all went through a fair bit of ‘lead-free’  this Saturday.

 

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Hefty demand for the soldering workshops, generously sponsored by PiMoRoNi

 

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Clare MacRae leading the temperature / motion sensor workshop.

 

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Zach is already leading workshops at the age of 14 and is a brilliant software engineer in the making. Zach is here taking Stewart Dunn from Kre8 through the line sensor workshop.

 

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This Young ‘Raspbian’ obviously pleased as punch with his sensor project working.

 

All photographs taken by  author  ©J.Teigland

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