Here it is CrackBerry Podcast listeners... THIS IS THE SPECIAL EDITION SHOW WE'VE BEEN WAITING FOR! It took us 32 episodes to make it happen, but in this show we hit two BIG milestones:
1. Craig and I record together in person!
2. We have an employee of Research in Motion on the show as a guest!!
We recorded this on Wednesday in a hotel room on the 43 floor of the Marriot Marquis in New York City (picture after the break)! Craig and I were in attendance that day for the BlackBerry Solutions for Business 2009 Press Preview (follow up article to come) where some awesome folks from RIM walked us through BES 5.0, MVS and more.
When the formal part of the day was done, Mike Kirkup, Manager of Developer Relations for Research in Motion, joined us for a CrackBerry Podcast! YOU WILL WANT TO LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE FOR ALL KINDS OF WICKED INFO. Over the course of an hour, we throw a lot of questions at Mike like Will we see Flash on a BlackBerry? and Will we be able to run apps off a memory card? and we even talk OS 5.0 and App Store details. We also hit Mike up with some more personal BlackBerry-use questions... and I'm happy to say Mike passed the CrackBerry test - he is as ADDICTED to his BlackBerry as all of us! This is a MUST LISTEN episode.
Huge thanks to Mike for joining us on the show, as well as Simon Sage from IntoMobile, who added to the Cracktastic fun. You're both welcome back anytime. Enjoy the show!!
NYC Podcast Crew - Simon Sage, Mike Kirkup, Kevin Michaluk, Craig Johnston
Listen to CrackBerry.com Podcast: Episode 032
- Recorded: Wednesday, February 11th, 2009 @ 2:30pm EST
- Show Length: 1h01m55s
- File Size: 21.4MB
HUGE Thanks To Our Special Guests:
- Mike Kirkup - Manager, Developer Relations, Research in Motion
- Simon Sage - Into Mobile
- Craig Johnston - Mobile Computing Authority
- and our secret guest who shall not be named but you know who you are :)
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