On Saturday I went to Cambridge with a box of recent goodies (Wireless Inventors Kit and the Pi LITE).
The Raspberry Pi Jam arranged by Michael Horne was a great day out (even the wife found it interesting). Lots of good questions were asked and hopefully good answers provided. If the overall response to the wireless kit turns into sales, then we have a little gem on our hands.
There were 6 presentations given on the day, half of them had our wireless devices in, as you can imagine I was delighted. Boris's intro into wireless was so much better than I could have done myself, if I had the money I'd offer him a job :). The Cambridge Consultants work for ZSL (which they got a £500,000 award for from Google) was great to see being powered by our radios. Gert's presentation on putting things into production was well recieved and a journey I know only too well. I overheard Ebden saying positive things about what we had taken but being knee deep in another conversation I missed the chance to say hello, maybe next time.
Next one is in September, I would recommend going to anyone into tinkering with electronics and code.