Update #3: Registration is now open for Europe and North America - Register Now!
Update #2: Registration is now open for Milan and Barcelona. For further information use the links below.
Update: New York and California dates now confirmed. See below
Excitement is building in the BlackBerry developer community as RIM prepares to take the BlackBerry 10 Jam Tour around the world. With locations for the tour already confirmed, people are eagerly waiting for the dates to be confirmed. Today, RIM has confirmed those dates and it looks like they have added a couple more cities. Keep reading for the full list...
BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour Dates
- June 5 - Austin, TX, USA
- June 7 - San Jose, CA, USA
- June 19 - New York City, NY, USA
- June 21 - Toronto, ON, Canada
- May 29 - Milan, Italy - Registration now open
- May 31 - Barcelona, Spain - Registration now open
- June 12 - Paris, France
- June 14 - London, UK
- June 26 - Moscow, Russia
- June 28 - Berlin, Germany
- July 3 - Warsaw, Poland
- July 4 - Delhi, India
- July 6 - Beijing, China
- July 9 - Singapore, Singapore
- July 10 - Jakarta, Indonesia
- July 12 - Sydney, Australia
- August - Buenos Aires, Argentina
- August - Mexico City, Mexico
As you can see Latin America have yet to be confirmed as well as California and New York but keep it CrackBerry and will update you once these have known.
RIM also confirms that there will be a limited supply of BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha devices and these will be given to qualified developers attending each location. No other specifications given on that as yet and registration is yet to be opened either. Any developers who attended BlackBerry 10 Jam in Orlando and received a BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha device are not eligible to receive another one if they choose to attend the tour locations.
We'll keep you posted on when registration opens. I, for one, am very excited for these events and hopefully I can get to the London one.
Source: BlackBerry Developer Blog
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