BlackBerry DEVCON Enterprise Sessions: Blogger Picks

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Buckle up and get ready for BlackBerry® DEVCON 2010 – it’s just around the corner! If you’re an enterprise developer, look no further – we have a number of exciting enterprise sessions to offer you. I would first encourage you to review the Session Catalog, but below you will find my picks for the three top sessions covering commercial enterprise development.

DEV50: Mobilizing Web Services Using BlackBerry Widgets and the BlackBerry Browser
If you are looking for a one-stop shop to learn how to quickly and easily mobilize web services, I would recommend you attend this session. You will learn the details of how to leverage the BlackBerry® Widgets and BlackBerry® Browser technology to bring your application to market more quickly than ever before.

COM32: Create Powerful Enterprise-ready BlackBerry Widgets
Do you want to learn how to develop an enterprise-ready application from start to finish? This session really caught my eye, since the speaker will be sharing his experiences in how easy it can be to develop and deploy an application in an enterprise within a matter of days. Attend this session and don’t miss out on this great opportunity to learn how to transform your enterprise application into a Super App!

DEV39: Deploying Consumer and Enterprise applications – Overview
Once you have developed your application, now what? This question will be answered in this practical session, which is one of my favorites as it speaks to all the different ways you can deploy your application to your end users. Whether you are an Administrator or an enterprise developer, you will learn all the mechanics involved in pushing your application over the air by using the BlackBerry® Enterprise Server and by downloading from the BlackBerry App World™ storefront. Don’t miss this one!

If you haven’t yet registered for BlackBerry DEVCON 2010, do so now!

About Gurtej S.

Gurtej is an Application Development Consultant with the Developer Relations at Research In Motion (RIM). His responsibilities include managing the technical relationships with System Integrators (SI) and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) who specialize in integrating with the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution. Gurtej’s area of expertise includes BES and enterprise application development.

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