mdwrimMy name’s Martin Woolley and I work in RIM’s Developer Relations team. I’ve been with RIM for 3 years but have worked in software development in various capacities for 30 years in a whole range of industry sectors and on numerous computing platforms small and large. These days I specialise in NFC, a technology I’m finding fascinating to work with.
Guest post from John Murray – Ed. You know, working in the Developer Relations team at Research In Motion® (RIM®), you get to get to play around with some fun stuff. Recently, Near Field Communication (NFC) has been exercising my brain cells. Some of you may be familiar with the NFC-related articles and code samples […]
Amongst the many interesting things I’m lucky enough to get involved with in my role on the RIM® Developer Relations team, Near Field Communications (NFC) has become very much center stage for me over the last year. Some readers of this post may be familiar with the NFC-related articles and code samples that I’ve co-authored […]
On October 4th at 10:00 AM EST, we kick off the first in a series of webinars on the subject of Near Field Communications (NFC). NFC is in the media a lot these days, but usually in the context of contact-less mobile payment solutions. Through our series of webinars, we plan to explain and demonstrate […]
Find out the difference between “low battery” versus “dead battery” and how you may be able to provide NFC card emulation functionality in either situation.
Part 2 of this two-part blog post examines how issues can arise with NFC tags.