New BlackBerry Developer Groups Launch in Toronto, Tel Aviv, Buenos Aires!

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At Mobile World Congress 2010 App Planet, we announced the introduction of a new program supporting local, community-led BlackBerry® Developer Groups. These groups are built exclusively for developers and provide an opportunity to learn and network in a local community with shared interests – as well as access other exclusive member benefits.

Following the launch of the inaugural Developer Group in Boston, new groups continue to start up in cities around the world. Here are some of our newest BlackBerry Developer Groups – stay tuned for more announcements!

  • The Toronto, Canada group will have its first meeting on April 21st – you can find out more information about the group on the Toronto group site.
  • The Tel Aviv, Israel group will have its first meeting on May 11th – you can find out more information on the Tel Aviv group site.
  • The Buenos Aires, Argentina group will have its first meeting on April 15th – you can find out more information on the Buenos Aires group site.

More information about BlackBerry Developer Community Programs including BlackBerry Developer Groups can be found on Developer Zone:

www.blackberry.com/developers/community

We invite you to check out your local group, or start a new group if one doesn’t yet exist in your area!

About Ian M.

As Manager for Developer Programs at Research In Motion (RIM), Ian and his team are responsible for the design and delivery of programs and services for BlackBerry developers – including support tools and resources, recognition, advocacy, go-to-market, and regional programs. Ian is passionate about making sure that BlackBerry developers have everything they need in order to be successful from the inception of an idea to app deployment or commercialization. Prior to joining Developer Relations, Ian was a Product Manager for various BlackBerry solutions including the BlackBerry Java Development Environment, BlackBerry Maps, and BlackBerry Mobile Voice System.

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