Strathclyde University host Raspberry Pi day

Following the success of this free event in January, The Department of Physics at the University of Strathclyde is inviting people of all experience levels to come and tinker with a Raspberry Pi for the day. This day is run with the aim to increase attendants’ knowledge of computer programming, using this clever device.
The department is calling for people who have built innovative computing projects with the Raspberry Pi to demonstrate their designs at the event. If you would like to do a talk about your experience using the Raspberry Pi, or a Raspberry Pi project, then you can get in touch.
During the day, there will be also be a hands-on lab area for interactive investigations and demonstrations. The event is looking for people experienced in Linux to help with these lab workshops. If you would like to get involved you can register here.

Where?
Department of Physics
John Anderson Building
107 Rottenrow East
Glasgow
G4 0NG

When?
12 December 2015 
10am to 4pm


Source: www.strath.ac.uk

Following the success of this free event in January, The Department of Physics at the University of Strathclyde is inviting people of all experience levels to come and tinker with a Raspberry Pi for the day. This day is run with the aim to increase attendants’ knowledge of computer programming, using this clever device.
The department is calling for people who have built innovative computing projects with the Raspberry Pi to demonstrate their designs at the event. If you would like to do a talk about your experience using the Raspberry Pi, or a Raspberry Pi project, then you can get in touch with the event organiser [LINK] here. [LINK]
During the day, there will be also be a hands-on lab area for interactive investigations and demonstrations. The event is looking for people experienced in Linux to help with these lab workshops. If you would like to get involved and learn more about the event, read more [LINK] here [LINK].
When?
12th December 2015 – 10am to 4pm
Where?
Department of Physics,
John Anderson Building,
107 Rottenrow East,
Glasgow,
G4 0NG