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Events   Events : Celebrate 30 years of Amiga at Recursion: Sat 4 July, Stratford-upon-Avon
   posted by yoodoo2 on 2-Jul-2015 11:48:57 (1650 reads)
Just a final reminder that Recursion is returning (as it should...) and will take place at King Edward Vi School, Stratford-upon-Avon on Saturday 4 July 11.00-16.00.

Join us to celebrate 30 years of the Amiga - meet up with user groups, have a play on the latest hardware and have a chat with Amigans of all shapes, sizes and flavours! AmigaOS4, MorphOS, AROS, Classic Amigas, all side-by-side and not a pointless row in sight!

The fair is completely free to all visitors and exhibitors and we are always keen to cram in another table of goodness: pm me or email rmbATkesDOTnet if you'd like to be added to the list of exhibitors.

In addition to the Amiga madness, the RiscOS Midlands User Group will be holding their annual summer show as part of Recursion and the Retro Computer Museum will be bringing more retro and vintage systems than you could possibly play on in just 5 hours!

There will be plenty of new stuff to have a go on too: hundreds of Raspberry Pis to play with; virtual reality experiences thanks to Oculus Rift; unmanned drone flight training; electronics and programming workshops and loads, loads more.

Recursion is the ideal fair for geeks of all ages and vintages. See the Recursion 2015 website for more details:Recursion
    

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Re: Celebrate 30 years of Amiga at Recursion: Sat 4 July, St
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I'll be there.


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Gotta be a little careful with my money now so I'll probably be skipping this one.

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@thread

Recursion 2015 repeats success in Stratford

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