Learn to use Raspberry Pi!

Interested in computer programming for beginners? Well this could be the perfect event for you!

rpjam

The Raspberry Pi was officially released for sale in February 2012 and since then sales have been booming across the world. This versatile and affordable computer the size of a credit card is introducing people of every age to world of computer programming.

Now, don’t let it’s size fool you, you’d be surprised at what this minimalist computer can do. It can act as a…

– File storage server                                                                                     – Baby monitor
– Gaming device                                                                                             – Portable computer
– Toy/Novelty gadget                                                                                 – Home security and lighting control box
– Robotics interface                                                                                     – & much, much more..

Sounds great doesn’t it? If only you knew how to use one!
Luckily, we’ve thought of just about everything with a brand new event to teach you the ins and outs of this fantastic little device.

Join us at Palatine Library for our first ever
RASPBERRY PI JAM

Saturday 13 September

1pm
Palatine Library
FREE

Click here to book your free ticket

Most importantly, the Raspberry Pi becoming a hugely popular educational device that doesn’t break the bank and doesn’t risk ruining your expensive computer. This course is perfect for complete beginners and users at ANY age. Please visit the official website for more information or contact Clancy on 01253 478091

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