A club where a group of computer enthusiasts might meet to discuss hardware, software and the latest innovations
There are many computer clubs in the UK with a great many in schools and colleges also.
Generally computer clubs will meet in a hall or maybe even at a members house
People of all ages tend to be members of clubs, all you really need is an interest in computers. You don't even really necessarily need to own a computer.
Most computer clubs will be a mixture of beginners, experts and all stages in between. Belonging to a club can introduce you to new aspects of computing, help with problems and share tips and advice with other members.
Since the advent of the home computer in the early 1980s there have been computer clubs. In the early days when there were many different computers running many different operating systems, people got together to share advice and learn more about using the computers they had. Now with computers being much more advanced and with so much more that can be done with them, people get together to share tips, teach other people knowledge and just to generally socialise.
All sorts of people from the young to the retired, male and female, experienced professionals and terrified new users. Some might have been programming computers for decades ago and others never will. What ties members together is a common enthusiasm. If you have a willingness to meet other computer enthusiasts or wish to learn about new software or new technology, a computer club is a great organisation to be a member of.
Most clubs will charge a modest membership fee, some may charge a joining fee and there may be a cost per meeting which generally goes towards hire of a venue, etc.
Level of Demand
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