PiParty was brilliant and another reminder of the strength of community in supporting and inspiring digital makers; experienced makers or those dipping a toe into projects.
Got me reflecting on my own motivations for learning, and learning from others, and took me back to the first ‘YESSSSSSSSS’ traffic light moment as I prepped a course for teachers the following week.
And of course a chance to see new lights and hats for project inspirations, and a bag of Blink! to take back home to bling something up!
Quite often new ideas emerge from working with young makers and their teachers in schools, or at community Jam events.
It’s always 2-way, and hearing 6 year olds talking about ‘amazing’ Raspberry Pi and realising some of it’s potential makes the future of digital making look very bright indeed 😀