BlackBerry DevCon Registration Now Open with Early Bird Rate of $699 and $599


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This year’s BlackBerry Developer Conference is going to be bigger than ever. With announcements around the fact that developers can write apps in HTML, Adobe AIR, Flash and Java, there is a wide pool of potential attendees. Will RIM give everyone at DevCon free PlayBooks like they did at BlackBerry World? That would be a lot PlayBooks out on the market with key influencers. We can only hope! Hit the jump for more details.

Research In Motion (RIM) has announced that registration is now open for BlackBerry® DevCon Americas scheduled to take place October 18-20 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis in San Francisco, California. RIM has also announced the reopening of the DevCon Americas Call For Papers for developers in Latin America until May 30th and is looking to have sessions presented in Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese.

Early Bird registration for BlackBerry DevCon Americas is only $699 USD, or $599 USD for event alumni, the best registration offer ever. It can be combined with a special early-bird 4th-night-free offer for even more savings. Early bird offers end June 24th. Special registration pricing for students ($199 USD) and faculty ($399 USD) is also available.

At the same time RIM has announced the first ever BlackBerry DevCon Europe and the second edition of BlackBerry DevCon Asia which was inaugurated earlier this year. The Call For Papers for BlackBerry DevCon Europe and BlackBerry DevCon Asia is now open from May 2nd to June 24th. More information will be soon available regarding dates and locations.

Learn more about all three events at the official BlackBerry DevCon website.

  • Eengle1344

    would like to be there with or without them giving away playbooks but that kind of trip(tix,trav,stay,food)is out of budget. guess i’ll have to save my pennies and buy my own playbook

  • Kyle McInnes

     Conferences are definitely a difficult cost to swallow these days.

  • Kyle McInnes

     Conferences are definitely a difficult cost to swallow these days.

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