New BlackBerry Developer Groups Launching in June

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We are very excited to add two new groups to the ever-growing list of BlackBerry® Developer Groups around the world. The new groups in New Delhi and Barcelona will launch in markets where the demand is high for BlackBerry platform development. They will be great avenues for local developers to share experience and interests, network with others developers and receive ongoing support from other members.

BlackBerry Developer Group India is the very first BlackBerry Developer Group in India and will meet on a regular basis in New Delhi. The group aims to help the Indian BlackBerry developer community in creating the best apps and games possible. The first meeting is scheduled for June 11th and will feature a talk entitled ‘BlackBerry Ecosystem: Challenges and Opportunities’ by Mr. Prashant Singh, Evangelist, Spice Digital (Spice has hit the 10 million download mark for its apps on the BlackBerry App World™ storefront). Mr. Prashant is also the co-founder of Mobile Monday Delhi. Additionally, there will be an informal networking session at this meeting. For more information on the group and the first meeting, please visit the group site on Facebook.

The Barcelona BlackBerry Developer’s Group is also launching in June. Developers in Barcelona and surrounding areas will be able to share their experiences developing for the BlackBerry platform and participate in future workshops which the group plans to organize. The first meeting is scheduled for June 21st at Rambla de l’Exposició 61-69, 08800 Vilanova i la Geltrú. For more information please visit the group’s official site.

As always, we invite you to visit our BlackBerry Developer Groups website to find a group in your area!

About Paul C.

Paul C. joined Research In Motion (RIM) in 2004 and has held a variety of positions in the organization since then. As a Project Manager for Developer Relations, he is responsible for a number of developer programs and resources including BlackBerry Developer Groups, The BlackBerry Developer Advisory Council and the Developer Issue Tracker. Paul C. also acts as a conduit of information flow between the Developer Relations team and RIM internal development teams. He never carries the same BlackBerry smartphone device for more than two months, but the BlackBerry Bold 9700 is his favorite so far.

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