Discuss the Pi over a Pint: Raspberry Pint London @Raspberry_PI #piday #raspberrypi
Raspberry Pint London is a community of makers in London, England that meet up to discuss their latest pi endeavors and upcoming projects over a pint in a pub. If you’re local, check out their upcoming meetings! If not, we think this sounds like an idea worth replicating.
Meet up over a pint and meet other makers, technologists, educators and people-in-sheds engaged in using or simply interested in the new wave of affordable and accessible technology lead by the Raspberry Pi. We are a community formed to inspire the use of open source hardware and software in projects for fun, education and creation through technology. We will meet for a pint on the last Wednesday of each month (maybe more if there is demand) – looking forward to meeting other like-minded souls and figuring out how this community can be produced.
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