Our first Raspberry Jam event took place in Preston, Lancashire back in July 2012 and we've been meeting every month since then. Due to restrictions in place during the Covid-19 epidemic, we moved to hosting our regular events online. You're joining us on an adventure as we develop our online events and we invite you to join us when you can, where ever you live, whatever your background or age.
#RJam events: To join an online event or watch recordings, click on the link above or go to http://exa.is/rjamlive
Details of Future Events: Check the calendar here at http://exa.foundation/events
Post-Event Feedback: You can help us develop our events by leaving feedback here: http://exa.im/rjamfeedback
Enquiries: To propose a talk, workshop or lead a breakout discussion use the form here: http://exa.is/rjamsignup, and preview submitted proposals here: http://exa.is/rjamtalks
Join the jam live: click on this link to join the jam when live - http://exa.is/rjamlive
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