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By Bla1ze on 25 Oct 2011 05:24 pm EDT
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If you weren't able to attend the BlackBerry DevCon 2011 sessions, RIM last night posted them up for everyone. Historically, you needed to have attended DevCon to view the content or purchase it for a one-time-fee after but this time around -- RIM appears to be offering it for free. By free, we mean you will have to register for the site but after that you will gain access to all the content from DevCon -- that includes Kevins Working with Bloggers and the Media to Promote Your App session.

View the DevCon Americas 2011 Sessions

2 comments

MOTH477

I wonder how many people are insterested in this especially after listening to Crackberry podcast......I guess if you want to hear more about BBX you'd listen to the sessions.

freddysrevng

All I know is that these guys at RIMM watched Steve Jobs, and his ilk, EAT THEIR FRIGGIN LUNCH for about 4 years in stealing smartphone marketshare and this latest DevCon "Keynote DataDump" is a great example of why RIMM is where it is today.

SNOREFEST EXTROIDINAIRE...check it out if you have insomnia...