BlackBerry Developer Webinar: Mobile Design Considerations


Building on the momentum of our extremely successful Web Development and Toolkits webinar , we will be hosting our second ever developer webinar on Tuesday, October 20th, addressing mobile design considerations for application development. Read on for a more detailed overview of this live and free webinar.

Presenter: Sarim Aziz, Senior Application Development Consultant, Developer Relations
Panelists: Mike Kirkup, Director, Developer Relations
Date: Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST.

Join us in an online discussion for BlackBerry Java developers which will help you better understand mobile application design considerations through a review of best practices and real world examples.

We’ll help you address design considerations specific to mobile applications, from Network Communication and User Interface, to Data and Memory management. We’ll also take a look at how you can leverage the BlackBerry Java Development Tools for debugging and optimizing your BlackBerry applications.

After the information presentation, developers will have an opportunity to interact with BlackBerry experts in a real time Q&A session. What are you waiting for? Click on the link below for registration information!

BlackBerry Developer Webinar: BlackBerry Java Development Tools

About Mike Kirkup

Mike Kirkup is the Director for the Developer Relations program at Research In Motion (RIM), which is responsible for managing the technical relationships and programs for RIM’s developer community worldwide. Mike and his team work with RIM’s developer community to provide support and guidance as developers work to integrate their applications to the BlackBerry platform. Mike joined RIM in 2001 as a Security Software Developer in RIM’s Wireless Security Group. As part of the Wireless Securty group, Mike contributed to the development of the BlackBerry Cryptography API, S/MIME and PGP implementations. Mike holds a Masters of Management Science and a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo.

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