An article by free software advocate, Raspberry Pi hacker and North West tech event organiser Les Pounder, including interviews with successful Jam organisers Alan O’Donahoe, Jack Wearden and our own Ben Nuttall
The Raspberry Pi has been available for over 12 months now. Its launch was met with feverish excitement, but once the initial scramble for stock was over and people had a precious Pi cradled in hand, many turned to the question of what to do with all its potential.
In response to that human need to gather over a common interest, Raspberry Jams have popped up across the UK.
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