This year, BlackBerry Jam Americas 2013 is a part of BlackBerry Live

BlackBerry Jam Americas
By Bla1ze on 24 Jan 2013 03:20 pm
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If you're looking to attend BlackBerry Jam Americas 2013, you might need to adjust your scheduling just a little bit. As noted the other day, BlackBerry Live will be replacing the former BlackBerry World conference and to go along with that change BlackBerry Jam Americas will be held there as well:

This year, BlackBerry Jam Americas 2013 is a part of BlackBerry Live (formerly BlackBerry World)!

We've been overwhelmed with the dedication that the BlackBerry Developer Community has shown. We can't thank you enough for your support! BlackBerry Jam Americas 2013 is our way of showing that we're just as enthusiastic about your success as you've been about ours. We've made this year's event all about the latest on BlackBerry 10 and valuable insight into platform features, tooling, fast track development tips and pathways to profitability.

Join us, May 14-16, 2013 in Orlando, Florida for the most in depth content on developing outstanding mobile applications for the BlackBerry platform. 

If you're looking to be kept in the loop about all things BlackBerry Jam Americas, you can head on over to the mini-site right now and sign up for updates or you can simply keep it locked to CrackBerry, where we'll let you know all the latest news as it arrises.

Sign up for BlackBerry Jam Americas updates

8 comments

Kevin Michaluk

Interesting. So that is at the same time as Google I/O then.

joshua.worth

I just got complimentary registration so I think I'll be there on the 14th

9lives353

Surprised there has not been more response to this. Tech sites have been scoffing a little at the audacity of overlapping Google I/O. Kevin had provided the caveat that Blackberry World had typically been a business-oriented event but this confirms that the intention is to serve developers.

Supa_Fly1

Why should there be more of a response? Does google have a patent or something more important regarding developer/consumer/business conferences over any other company wanting to host their own? Separate business with only the mobile OS being in direct competition - all the "tech" sites are just once again picking on RIM.

greatwiseone

It's Google's fault. Google moved it up. Google I/O is normally later...

manofice1

I would have rather them charged more for the conference and made it better. They dropped the price of the conference even more this year than last and last years was pretty bad... 2 years ago was freaking awesome

Rootbrian

God dam google. -.-
But GO GO BLACKBERRY JAM!