As you can see, a few familiar faces in attendance from previous Jams:
This is PJ Evans demonstrating the Raspberry Pi enabled Enigma machine which I saw last year at Bletchley Park. PJ also brought along a newly released FUZE machine featuring a variant of BBC Basic, developed by Gordon Henderson of WiringPi fame, and if you recall, I met Gordon during December's Cam Jam :
John Evans pictured here demonstrating XBMS, and how to receive Live TV on a Raspberry Pi in full High Definition using a USB dongle :
....should be a good picture, the TV transmitter station at Sandy Heath is visible from the window :
I decided not to bring the Armdroid along as I thought it was a bit bulky, but it was nice to hear from a few people who attended my presentation in Peterborough asking how things are currently going.... Well.... the Windows LEARN software is currently in progress, and hopefully will be released soon.
A fantastic afternoon, and another great opportunity to catch up with everybody.