Last but not least, LATAM here we go!


Here’s a post from our Argentina based Developer Evangelist, Bryan Tafel – Demian

After three regions, 20 cities and hundreds of face to face meetings with developers all around the world, it’s Latin America’s time to shine (and it’s time to eat ‘asado’, ‘tacos’ and ‘queijo na brasa’).

Three cities will be hosting the BlackBerry® 10 Jam World Tour in Latin America. We are so excited about coming to this region, since developers here have shown an outstanding dedication to the platform and have been the focus of many of the success stories that we have shared around the world!

We are bringing the excitement of BlackBerry 10 to you. Come learn about what BlackBerry 10 means to you and to your users, and see the amazing tools and news we have. We listen and we care about you. We are committed.

So, ‘estimados’ friends of Latin America, please be ready to receive the tour during these dates:

Registration is now open! And if you think this is it… I’m happy to say you are wrong! We have already planned more than a dozen events for the next quarter around Latin America, so stay tuned!

About demianborba

With more than 13 years of experience with technology, interactive media, design, business and training, I have worked as one of the Adobe Community Professionals and also as a professor at UC San Diego, teaching UI Design and Programming classes for Design and Computer Science students. Before joining BlackBerry, I ran Action Creations, an interactive agency based in San Diego with clients including Oakley, 20th Century Fox, World Tour of Surfing, Nike, Callaway Golf and more. In the community arena, I was the organizer of one of the largest Adobe community events in the world, called Adobe Camp Brasil. In 2012, I had the chance to participate and win one of the biggest and most important developer contests in the world, the AT&T® Mobile App Hackathon, at CES in Las Vegas USA. Recently, I had the honor to receive the "Must See BlackBerry Developer Evangelist" Award at Jam Americas in San Francisco.

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