Get Inside BlackBerry 6 - Developers invited to free webcast; Reminder: Super Apps Challenge Deadline Approaching!

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By Bla1ze on 25 Aug 2010 10:25 am EDT
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Research In Motion is holding another great, free webcast for BlackBerry Developers. This one, concentrates on BlackBerry 6 and how to best make use of the tools available. From creating stunning UI's right down to how best manage Universal Search options this is a webcast you'll not want to miss if you need to learn more about BlackBerry 6. The webcast will take place on Thursday, August 26th at 2:00PM EST and will be presented by Brian Zubert, Team Lead, Developer Relations. Event details below and be sure to click here to get registered if you plan on attending:

Don't miss this deep technical review. It will spark your imagination and prepare you to take advantage of everything BlackBerry 6.

  • Create stunning UI using the new BlackBerry 6 UI APIs
  • Master new Super App capabilities like Universal Search
  • Hear about our new Platform Services
  • Learn about the groundbreaking BlackBerry® 6 Browser and how you can start building rich web apps with easy new tools
  • See what you can do now with BlackBerry® Widgets

Who Should Attend: Interested in the opportunities of incorporating BlackBerry 6 features into your apps? Want to understand WebKit HTML5 capabilities for mobile web sites, or how to develop BlackBerry Widgets with the new BlackBerry Browser? If you develop applications for BlackBerry smartphones, you need to Register Now.

2010 BlackBerry Developer Super Apps Challenge Reminder: While we're talking BlackBerry app developement, it's a good time to remind all the BlackBerry Developers out there that September 6th deadline for the BlackBerry Developer Fund's 2010 Super Apps Developer Challenge is fast 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. At stake is 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. 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.

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Not able to register from asia.

Any ways making apps/games for BB is waste of time, until it has to do something with enhancing some corporate skills.
Like soft skill trainer, just an example.