Research In Motion and AT&T will be putting on a webinar today for all the BlackBerry deveopers out there looking to learn more about how to best make use of BlackBerry 6. Full details are below:
Join The AT&T Developer Program and RIM for this free webcast to learn about the upcoming BlackBerry® 6. Join us for this technical overview of this new operating system and developer-friendly updates for the new BlackBerry® Torch™ 9800, exclusively from AT&T.
Ed Schmit, Director, Developer Program, AT&T
- Ed Schmit is a Director with the AT&T Developer Program, where his mission is to provide support for the developer community and run the Developer Program Web portal. He has been with AT&T for four years. Last year, he co-wrote and edited the Wireless Reference Architecture and several white papers. Prior to joining AT&T, he worked for Intel for nine years in a variety of roles. Ed earned his B.S. degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a graduate engineering degree from the University of Washington, and an MBA from the University of Michigan
Brent Thornton, Technical Channel Manager for Applications, Research In Motion (RIM) AT&T Business Unit
- Brent Thornton is a Technical Channel Manager for Applications with the Research In Motion (RIM) AT&T Business Unit. Brent works with AT&T customers to help them understand their options for building BlackBerry applications and supports them through all aspects of the development lifecycle.
Event Start Time: 1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time)
Duration: 1 hour
Please Note: Registrations must be submitted at least 1 HOUR prior to scheduled event start time in order to be considered for approval.
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