Raspberry Pi Info Session with GearboxRSVP
- Venue: iHub
- Date: Saturday 25th January 2014
- Starts: 2:00pm
- Ends: 5:00pm
This session will be a general introduction to the Raspberry Pi mini-computer. For the uninitiated, the Raspberry Pi is a small, affordable but powerful computer designed to help users understand and explore the almost-magical world of computing.
This Session is geared at the novice to intermediate, though all are welcome to attend. The topics that will be covered include:
History of the Raspberry Pi
Overview of the hardware and software found on the Pi
A rundown on what the Pi is capable of
An introduction to the Raspberry Pi Build-thon to be held in February
An open and collaborative idea session where we shall list, aggregate and categorise all ideas. Those present shall then self-organise into groups accordingly. An upper limit of 7 Raspberry Pi’s will be made available for building during the Build-thon, as such we can only have a max of 7 groups.
This event will be held from 2:00PM to 5:00PM on the 25th of January 2014.
Please register you’re attendance here (eventbrite link - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/raspberry-pi-info-session-with-gearbox-tickets-10219307223 ).
Please note that we expect registered persons to attend, failing which a note of said absence will be recorded for future reference. If you are unsure of your availability, please fill up this Gearbox Flex Event Registration Form instead for us to better organise the event (https://docs.google.com/a/ihub.co.ke/forms/d/1pGEmUKT7tWt6a2mJuwNFMnxf7YYWUDyM6oO4jkq_cKU/viewform). A leeway of at least one day prior (Deadline Friday the 24th at 2:00PM) to the event is given for unconfirmed registrations. If no confirmation email is received, we will assume the registration to be null and void.
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