BlackBerry Developer Days continue in Atlanta and Dubai!


Following on from the huge success of our series of BlackBerry® Developer Days in Europe, Africa and Latin America last year, we are delighted to announce the first 2011 dates in Atlanta (January 18, 2011) and Dubai (January 26, 2011).

Whether you’re new to mobile applications or an experienced developer, BlackBerry Developer Days are designed to give you the tools and know-how to successfully create and market apps on the BlackBerry platform. Experts will take you through the latest technical platform advances and market opportunities for your apps.

Also, if you’re interested in learning more about the new BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet, a session on developing Adobe® AIR® applications for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will be new to the agenda for upcoming dates.

Space is limited for both events, so register now for Atlanta or Dubai!

Stay tuned right here on the Developer’s Blog as we announce more BlackBerry Developer Days throughout the year.

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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  • Bruce

    Link to Dubai registration doesn’t work. Is there another address to register?

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