RIM to Host Second Annual BlackBerry Developer Conference from November 9 - 12
The conference will feature keynote addresses by:
* Mike Lazaridis - Founder, President and Co-CEO
* David Yach - CTO, Software
* Alan Brenner - Senior Vice President, BlackBerry Platforms
* Tyler Lessard - Vice President, Global Alliances and Developer Relations
* Mike Kirkup - Director, Developer Relations
Attendees will have a unique opportunity to connect with BlackBerry platform experts from RIM and will learn first-hand the winners of the 2009 BlackBerry Partners Fund™ Developer Challenge.
The 2009 BlackBerry Developer Conference features more than 110 sessions that will appeal to commercial developers for both enterprise and consumer markets, corporate developers, business decision makers and application architects and designers. There are a range of sessions designed to accommodate both beginner and advanced application developers, including web developers, .NET developers and Java® developers. In addition to General Sessions and Breakout Sessions, the conference features Hands-on Labs, onsite BlackBerry Developer Certification testing, a Mobility Pavilion and Talk With The Experts areas.
“The BlackBerry platform has continued its remarkable evolution over the past year as RIM has opened the platform more broadly and provided enhanced development tools that allow deeper integration with core BlackBerry smartphone features,” said Mike Lazaridis, President and Co-CEO, Research In Motion. “Last year’s conference was a big success and we are looking forward to meeting with developers in San Francisco and engaging on new ways to innovate on the BlackBerry platform.”
BlackBerry Developer Conference Mobile Guide
The BlackBerry Developer Conference Mobile Guide application is now available on BlackBerry App World™ (www.blackberry.com/appworld). The mobile guide allows attendees to schedule sessions, look up speaker and sponsor information, get the latest news from the show, access conference maps and offer feedback.
Meet RIM Experts One-on-One
Conference delegates will also have the opportunity to ”Talk With The Experts” in order to engage in deeper discussions about developing for the BlackBerry® platform.
Attendees can ask questions individually or as part of a group and hear answers from RIM experts, as well as input from peers in the group. RIM experts will be available to provide feedback and advice on:
* Web and Rich Media Content development
o BlackBerry Widgets
* BlackBerry App World™
* BlackBerry services
Attendees can also schedule one-on-one meetings with RIM experts for more in-depth discussions. RIM experts will be available to discuss topics in the following categories:
* Application Integration
* BlackBerry® Enterprise Server
* Data Storage
* Diagnostic/Debugging/Optimization Tools
* Games, Graphics, Camera, Screen Rendering
* User Experience Design (UED)
* User Interface (UI)
Conference delegates can schedule one-on-one meetings when on-site at the conference.
The final judging for the BlackBerry® Partners Fund Developer Challenge will also take place on Monday, November 9, 2009. The challenge recognizes developers creating applications for the BlackBerry platform, and offers a grand prize valued at over $100,000.
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