Washington Apple Pi Events

⌘ Note: in case of inclement weather, Pi activities follow the closure schedule of local school districts.

Pi Clubhouse and SIG meetings will be held at Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church, 9601 Cedar Lane, Bethesda, MD 20814, Room 30-31. Map


Pi Members, Time to Vote!

It's election time at the Pi!  

Members please leg it right now to our Member Entrance to access our cool election module.  We've two new entrants and several Board members asking for another term. 

 So vote early (not often), get your snappy "I voted" and send us feedback.

April 25 Pi General Meeting, John Gilroy, WAMU Computer Guy

Join us on Saturday - WAMU Computer Guy John Gilroy is coming to the PI!

24 years of The Computer Guys on WAMU 88.5 FM 

This'll be a great talk weaving history of WAMU ascendance around the Computer Guys and Gal radio program Gilroy started in 1991.  Don't miss it!

And bad news and good news for the Q&A segment with which we always start our meetings.  Bad, bad, very bad:  regular Q&A Commandant, superstar Lawrence Charters, will miss our meeting.  But happy, happy, very happy:  guest appearance for Q&A for this meeting by Pi member and local Mac Professional Jimmy Obomsawin.

Potomac Code Camp

"Inventing the future" is not a passive act; it requires planning and effort. Potomac Code Camp is part of that effort, training a new generation to discover the process by which the "Internet of Things" works, through writing the underlying instructions and information that power this world. The March 28 Apple Pi General Meeting will feature a presentation on Potomac Code Camp, part of a much larger effort to prepare our planet for the future.

Recent podcasts and presentations

  • 35 Years of Washington Apple Pi
  • Journal Highlights

    Spring 2015:

    Journal Bar

    Of Interest

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