It is an event that has become a permanent part of our calendar.
These workshops aim at creating a space for exchanging experiences, ideas, sharing knowledge and simply having fun, inspiring to act and encouraging to develop towards electronics. Participants have the opportunity to develop their skills in working with the Raspberry Pi platform. PiJam takes place once a year in autumn.
During this year’s edition we were visited by 100 people who managed to register quickly enough – tickets were coming down like hot buns. Together with us, they sat down to five different projects based on Raspberry Pi, creating, among others, intelligent mirrors and painting drawbots. The whole event lasted about eight hours and the success of this year’s edition shows that in 2020 there will certainly be another event devoted to Raspberry Pi.