Back during Mobile World Congress, Research In Motion launched quite a few community orientated programs. One of those programs was the BlackBerry Developer Groups which has been gaining members at quite a steady pace. With the BlackBerry Developers Conference coming up soon, we figured we'd remind you all of some of the benefits related to being a part of a BlackBerry Developer Group.
By becoming a member of a BlackBerry Developer Group, you can:
Research In Motion is looking to establish developer groups all across the world. So, if you are interested in any way with BlackBerry development and want to help start a group with in your local area, you can find all the details over to the BlackBerry Developers Group page. To find groups that may already exist in your area, you can also check out the Developer Community page on Facebook. If you're already part of a group then we look forward to meeting you all in San Francisco on Sept 27th-30 as we'll be there for DevCon 2010.
2010 BlackBerry Developer Super Apps Challenge - September 6th Deadline is Approaching! This year the BlackBerry Partners Fund is looking for anyone who is building super apps. Be it an application which you feel is already a super app or a new app you are currently working on. They want to see it. The challenge is set. The stakes are over $1.5 Million worth of prizes and includes developer services from leading industry partners, featured placements on BlackBerry App World, marketing programs from Research In Motion and much more. So what are you waiting for? If you are a BlackBerry developer who is delivering super apps, you'll want to take on the BlackBerry Developer Fund's 2010 Super Apps Developer Challenge. The full list of contest prizes, eligibility and requirements are available on the BlackBerry Partners Fund website, just click the link.