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Raspberry Jamboree 2013: Amy Mather

Raspberry Jamboree 2013: Amy Mather:

Amy is a 13 year old member of Manchester Raspberry Jam, in her talk she describes her love of programming and why she believes the Raspberry Pi is an important breakthrough and how she developed Conway’s Game of Life on her Raspberry Pi. She was our last keynote speaker at Raspberry Jamboree 2013, when you watch the film of her talk, you will see why she ‘brought the house down’.

Filmed at the Raspberry Jamboree 9th March, 2013 in Manchester, England. One year on from the release of the Raspberry Pi, our aims were to identify and share the impact that the low-cost Raspberry Pi computer is having on education.

Via Alan O’Donohoe


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