Amiga User International’s new web editor and publisher Stuart Williams will be visiting the school where William Shakespeare was educated this Saturday – to attend a computer science fair!
RECURSION 2018, which takes place on 17 February at King Edward VI School in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, will be the first event reported upon in AUI’s name for more than twenty years.
Stuart will be attending the popular show, which mixes equal parts of computer education, retro computing and maker activities such as robotics, firstly to cover the traditionally strong Amiga presence and secondly to look at the fair in general, which includes retro computing/gaming from the Retro Computer Museum, Risc OS related exhibitors, Raspberry Pi, educational exhibitors and activities from schools, as well as maker exhibits including robotics. Such events are uncommon in post-home-computer UK, and are well worth supporting.
The event itself, which offers computing fun and education for all ages, is open to the general public in the school’s large, modern Levi Fox Hall, between 11am – 3pm, and admission is free. The address is: King Edward VI School, Church Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6HB.
If you attend the fair, do watch out for Stuart, who will be wearing an Amiga User International t-shirt and carrying a camera – and say hi!
An AUI report with photos will be published on this website early next week.
In the meantime, for details of RECURSION 2018, including parking etc, click on this link.
For pictures of last year’s Amiga section of RECURSION, check out this page.