Registration finally opened yesterday to RIM's 1st Annual BlackBerry Developer Conference, being held in Santa Clara, California on October 21st - 22nd. If you plan on attending, the early-bird rate of $799 is good until August 31st. The conference fees jump up from there, so hurry! In case you missed the May press release announcing the conference, here's the 411:
"Based on growing demand from the BlackBerry development community, we are very pleased to announce a new conference focused on developing consumer and business applications for the BlackBerry platform," said Mike Lazaridis, President and Co-CEO at RIM. "The new annual BlackBerry Developer Conference in the fall will complement the successful Wireless Enterprise Symposium held each spring and will provide a dedicated forum to help developers keep pace with advances in the latest hardware, software, tools and best practices for developing on the BlackBerry platform.
For more information, visit www.BlackBerryDeveloperConference.com. I'll be attending the event. Hope to see you there!!
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