An update on the solutions for the BlackBerry® developer community’s most pressing issues.
Our updates on our PlayBook developer tools and response to some concerns that were raised in a blog post by mobile app developer Jamie Murai.
One important announcement from the BlackBerry® Developer Conference that we didn’t want to go overlooked on the BlackBerry Developer’s Blog was the release of BlackBerry® Theme Studio v5.0. Because the new version of BlackBerry Theme Studio makes it easier for BlackBerry® smartphone users to build their own BlackBerry themes, our friend Mark Rathwell (Product Manager, […]
There was so much going on at the BlackBerry® Developer Conference last week that it was impossible to cover it all during our daily wrap ups. This week we’re playing catch up and posting BlackBerry Developer Conference content that was too good to miss. For example, I had the opportunity to attend the great COM05 […]
By chance, I happened to bump into Irv Henderson, Yahoo! Vice President of Global Mobile Products after his participation in the BlackBerry® Developer Conference Keynote. It was a great informal chat and we made promises to get some firm content on the BlackBerry Developer’s Blog. While I strongly recommend you watch Mr. Henderson’s portion of […]
There’s no better way to wrap up a developer event than with robots, and that’s exactly what took place on Thursday at the BlackBerry Developer Conference. Contestants were challenged to post their best time navigating their LEGO® MINDSTORM robot friend through a perilous obstacle course using a BlackBerry Storm2 smartphone. Check out the best times […]
During the BlackBerry® Developer Conference keynote live blog, we had the opportunity to poll readers on a variety of topics regarding yesterday’s announcements. We’ve pulled the polling information out of the live blog and republished it below for ease of viewing. Read on below to see what our live blog readers thought and don’t forget […]
I had the opportunity to attend the DEV09 “Game On: Building High Quality Games for BlackBerry Smartphones” session today, which discussed user expectations for BlackBerry smartphone games and how to implement to meet those expectations. I’m glad I did. Talking game development is always fun, but this session was particularly exciting because it delved deeper […]
Mike Kirkup, as well as being the Director of Developer Relations at Research In Motion, runs the show at the BlackBerry Developer’s Blog, so I couldn’t miss his session, DEV50 “Designing the Optimal BlackBerry Application: Understanding Market Dynamics and Mobile Applic…. Mike outlined important market dynamics for BlackBerry smartphones to a very interested audience. I […]
Taking a break from visiting the great sessions at the 2009 BlackBerry® Developer Conference, I began to wander around the Mobility Pavilion. By chance, I bumped into Terry Hughes, President of Widality (formerly Redwood Technologies). Terry mentioned that he had begun blogging himself, and recently published a post on insights his company had gained from […]