Boost Your Super Apps Webcast Follow-up

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A special thanks to all who were able to attend the Super Apps webcast presentation on boosting your application experience. I was pleased to have such an amazing turnout, which shows how both developers and vendors alike are keenly aware of the opportunities that Super Apps can bring. One other takeaway from the conversation was that the BlackBerry® development community understands how efficiency is a key characteristic of any ‘Super App’. In case you missed it, a recording of the presentation can be viewed (at no charge!) from the webcast event site.

As usual, we ran out of time during our Q&A period, and there were some questions that we could not get to. I have posted as many answers to these as possible in the Boost Your Super App Experience Webinar thread in our Java® Development Community Forum. I encourage you to post any follow-up questions about the webcast in this forum.

Stay tuned for announcements about future webcasts in our BlackBerry Developer’s Newsletter. If you haven’t done so already, be sure to register for the Developer Updates Newsletter to also receive updates about new development tools and developer tips & tricks.

We hope you found this presentation to be valuable, and we look forward to seeing you online in future webcast presentations!

About Sarim A.

Sarim Aziz heads the BlackBerry Ecosystem Solutions Team in Asia Pacific. Sarim joined BlackBerry in 2004 and has over 10 years of experience working with mobility for enterprise and consumer software solutions. In his free time, he enjoys volunteering, cycling and sharing a cup of tea over technological and philosophical issues of our time: Does technology drive society or is it the other way around? Sarim's background consists of a degree in Computer Science, and an MBA in International Business. His specializations include multimedia, social, performance and what it takes to create a sticky app experience!

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