Taking a look at the BlackBerry Academic Program’s efforts to support BlackBerry developers in Colombia.
Check out a great success story about how a pair of developers ported NodeBeat to the BlackBerry OS using open source.
An interview with Truphone to share their experience in porting a PJSIP open source multimedia stack over to BlackBerry 10.
A case study for using BlackBerry Web Inspector to help speed up developmental performance.
Examining a first-time developer’s great effort with the BlackBerry WebWorks platform.
A Q&A with developers from Motek Mobile about their experiences with the BlackBerry platform.
Taking a look inside the MMMOOO App Factory.
Mobile 1UP examines the specifics of porting an application over to the BlackBerry 10 platform.
An interview with Jerome Carty of Kisai Labs about working with the BlackBerry development platform to build Blaq, his successful BlackBerry PlayBook tablet Twitter client.
Examining how to design a website for a mobile version, using the BlackBerry Management Center as an example.
Part 2 of this two-part blog post examines how issues can arise with NFC tags.
Part 1 of a two-part blog post examining NFC, what can go wrong and how to fix it.
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Check out an interview with Sergei from Second Gear Games about developing for the BlackBerry platform.
An interview with an assistant professor at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) about RIM’s involved in ARM Developer Day, held on December 2, 2011.
Check out the developer success story of inTouch Innovate and how they’re utilizing NFC in their BlackBerry platform apps.
An interview with E-Innovations Systems and Networks Thai Co., Ltd. about their success developing for the BlackBerry platform.
Read about the successes of Viet Hop Co., Ltd. and their experiences developing with the BlackBerry platform.
Mathias and Fredrik at The Astonishing Tribe show off the awesome power of the Arduino platform on the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
Read about Where, Inc.’s success on the BlackBerry platform with their flagship mobile app, WHERE®.