James Mitchell has announced the launch of Berlin’s very first Tech Jam, on 1st April. At the event, there will be workshops, talks and a sharing of projects. The Jam is an all-inclusive event aimed at parents, teachers, students, makers, families… basically anyone interested in looking at and learning about tech. It’s a platform-independent event, not just Raspberry Pi, and has a special emphasis on open technology. The event runs from 12-6pm at Technische Universität Berlin Marchstr. 23, 10587 Berlin. If you want to contribute to the event in any way, from showing a project, to helping with a workshop, to being a marshal, email firstname.lastname@example.org and James will get back to you. Tickets are available from Eventbrite via the Raspberry Jam Berlin homepage.
On 11th March, at FabLab Berlin (Prenzlauer Allee 242 10405 Berlin), the group is also holding a Coding Evening.
This Coding Evening is a regular meeting for people looking to work in small groups for a given project based around the Raspberry Pi or other electronic devices.
This is a just-turn-up event. So whether you have a project in mind or not, turn up and get involved. It runs from 1-6pm. Please bring your own equipment! More info is available here.