Tag Archives: Community
We are pleased to announce the opening of our first BlackBerry® Innovation Center in Latin America. Based in Buenos Aires, it is intended to be the home of developers wanting to learn, develop and be successful with BlackBerry 10. Located in the heart of Palermo, one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the city, the […]
A little over a month ago, we launched a challenge that gave our BlackBerry® developer community the opportunity to stump RIM’s own development teams: Stump the BlackBerry Devs. Throughout the month of August, we received a lot of really fun submissions for the challenge and we’ve been tracking many of these on our github repository. […]
There was a boatload of great announcements and demos during the keynote presentation here at BlackBerry® Jam Americas. The one that stood out for me is our “10k Reasons to Believe” program. We know why we’re excited about BlackBerry® 10 – and we want to know what motivates you. Is it all about the choice […]
Guest post from Georgina – Ed. Following the huge success of the BlackBerry® 10 Jam event in Cape Town, South Africa in July, Research In Motion® (RIM®) held a BlackBerry 10 ‘Mini’ Jam roadshow in Lagos, Nigeria at the CcHub and in Nairobi, Kenya at at the Ole Sereni Hotel in late August. BlackBerry continues […]
It’s my pleasure to announce the 2012 BlackBerry Developer Community Awards! It’s your turn to reward a fellow BlackBerry® developer who writes an awesome blog, always replies on Twitter®, or who has the answer on the BlackBerry Developer Support Forums. The BlackBerry Developer Community Awards is a community-based recognition program that relies on you, the […]
BlackBerry® Jam Americas is less than three weeks away! As you may know, Day 3 is Unconference Day and we need your help creating the agenda. Here’s how it works: We are now accepting submissions for session topics in two categories: sessions to be led by our Research In Motion® (RIM®) experts, and sessions to […]
Every day, BlackBerry® developers use the BlackBerry Developer Support Forum to get help when they get stuck. Every once in a while, a thread appears that epitomizes the peer to peer interaction we envisioned when we launched these forums. I want to share with you an example of how to optimize your initial post to […]
We’ll soon be switching the BlackBerry JamZone login system to BlackBerry ID — here’s what you need to know.
Jason Scott of RIM has been made an official committer to the jQuery Mobile Project.
The open sourced TunnelTilt demo is now available for download in BlackBerry App World.