Raspberry Pi: Britain's Biggest-Selling Computer - 02 July 2016

Raspberry Pi: Britain's Biggest-Selling Computer - 02 July 2016
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Description :

Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton tells the story of the Raspberry Pi project and how it fits into the history of computing in Cambridge – and particularly the design of computer hardware.

This event is included free as part of your admission fee.  You can book tickets for this event online or purchase them on the door.

Please note that this event is being filmed.

Time: 2pm - 3pm.

This event is part of our Viva Computer! festival.  Viva Computer! is a Heritage Lottery funded project to set up a multimedia archive and festival exhibition.  It aims to capture and communicate the magic of the computing industry’s heritage and history of innovation, with a focus on Cambridge’s unique position within it.

Photograph Courtesy Cambridge Business

Remember - All proceeds go to support our Computing Museum!


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