After a very early start and catching the 6.20 train to London I found myself at ExCel London full of anticipation for the day ahead at BETT.
It was really great catching up with the team from FUZE and seeing some of the resources I had written being used in the real world!
At 11.00 I presented a short talk on the Raspberry Pi based work I am doing at my school. I was really good to be able to share some of the things we are doing with both students in the school and through wider outreach work.
Overall the day was really productive and I had some very good conversations with a number of companies and organisations. It always surprises me how many tech companies I know. I had a great chat with Teknoteacher (Alan O’Donohoe) about Raspberry Pi’s, laptops, JamPacked Roadshow, Python and life.
A couple more photos of the Raspberry Pi stand
At the end of the day I decided that as we were relatively close to Stratford I would pop over to the Olympic Park as I hadn’t seen it before.
From Wednesday 21st - Saturday 24th January 2015 the Raspberry Pi Foundation will be delivering nearly 50 talks and workshops on their stand at BETT.
The full list of talks can be found here.
There is a really great range of talks on offer and I would really recommend getting along if you can.
I am very excited that I will be presenting a short talk on the work I have been doing at KESH Academy on using the Raspberry Pi in both clubs and through outreach work.