Southend Raspberry Jam 10

Saturday 20th August 2016 10am-5pm
Southend Tech and Enterprise4Good are holding Southend Raspberry Jam #10 at the Hive Enterprise Centre in Southend.

The Hive Enterprise Centre, (The Old Central Library)
Victoria Avenue,
Essex SS2 6EX

50 m North of Southend Victoria (Liverpool Street line)
10mins walk down the High Street from Southend Central (Fenchurch Street line).

Booking is essential to gain entry to the building. Booking form below.
Please buy entry tickets and then activity tickets.

We are looking for people to give 15 min lightning talks, help with workshops, show their projects, and help the event go smoothly. Please book your ticket below and answer the questions if you can help.

See below for projects being shown, tweets and reviews of previous Southend Raspberry Jams.

Raspberry Pi, BBC MicroBit, Arduino projects, talks and workshops

Talk about Tim Peake and the AstroPi competition
Lots of Drones activities by Boswells School
Pi2D2 voice activated robot
Rapid Electronics selling and demoing lots of interesting Raspberry Pi, Arduino, robotics, 3D printing products – with some cheap bargains.
Occulus Rift virtual reality experience
ShimmerBot from Piwars
Talk about Tim Peake ISS amateur radio schools contact

@CrazySqueak and a BBC Microbit gyroscopic sensor game, a Minecraft Pi minigame compilation, a PiZero mounted touchscreen, a wooden house with LED lights and an RPi camera real time tracker

Southend Raspberry Jam robot from Piwars
Build a Radio workshop £15
Lock picking demo
Remote Controlled Tug Boat
Redfern Electronics Crumble robot workshop
Cluster of Raspberry Pi Zeros -drawing fractals
Mike McRoberts The Arduino Guy
Raspberry Pi powered PDP replica
Medway Makers
Essex Ham demoing amateur radio communications

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Reviews from Love Southend :

More about our Southend Raspberry Jams:




CrazySqueak is bring a new game to show.

Thanks to Enterprise4Good who run the Hive Enterprise Centre in Southend as our venue sponsors.


Did you see that Tim Peake sent a video message playing the song that Southend Raspberry Jam school children wrote using Sonic Pi. See and hear their winning Sonic Pi entry here.