Free BlackBerry Developer Virtual Conference

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Today in my inbox, I received information about a free, one-day virtual developer conference by Research in Motion (RIM), the BlackBerry company. It’s happening on December 3, 2008, and for any mobile developer or wanna-be mobile developer, it sounds like it’s not to be missed.

According to RIM, whether you are an administrator, emerging developer or seasoned pro, this virtual conference has something to offer. All tracks includes seminars, a keynote speech, and on-demand presentations from the virtual exhibit hall. There will also be product experts on hand to answer questions. Here’s some information from the brochure:

BlackBerry Developer Track

  • Learn how to develop innovative BlackBerry applications that solve problems, or enable mobility in ways you may have never though possible
  • Explore new development options and frameworks
  • View the latest rapid application development tools
  • Explore BlackBerry smartphone user-side APIs
  • Discover new and easy testing and debug methods

BlackBerry Administrator Track

According to RIM, “You will walk away with a bigger picture understanding of what you need to do now to leverage the power of your BlackBerry® Enterprise Server.”

  • Advance your application management skills;
  • Discover the latest in deployment methods;
  • Experience breakthrough technology in action;
  • Learn how to streamline and customize your BlackBerry solution;
  • See what you can gain from BlackBerry Administration APIs;

BlackBerry Virtual Conference Logistics

There are two separate agendas, one for emerging developers and one for seasoned developers.

  • What: BlackBerry Technical Seminar Fall 2008
  • When: Wednesday, December 3, 2008, 9amET – 5pm ET (1:00pm GMT, 5:00pm India, 9:00pm China)
  • Cost: Free – this is a virtual seminar, so there are no travel costs and you may attend from your office 
  • Register Here (Computer Link Only, not mobile)

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  1. I’m a BlackBerry Developer myself, and I need to know if applying for the competition is really worth it. Has anyone here tried it yet?

    Sam Shaw
    BlackBerry Application Developer

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