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BlackBerry 10 From a Developer’s Vantage #BlackBerry10

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It’s been said that BlackBerry has been making huge strides in treating developers to a simple yet powerful experience on their platform. I’m a BlackBerry 10 developer and I’m going to talk a bit today about what BlackBerry does to make developing a BB10 app not only a worthwhile opportunity but also a sophisticated and rewarding experience.
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Reminder: BlackBerry Dev Alpha C Offer Running Until February 5th, 2013

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The Dev Alpha program is a great initiative on RIM’s part that makes a lot of sense. If you’re a developer, you want to know that your app runs smoothly on the latest device so that the first build you put out is your best foot forward. Simulators help, but they don’t always provide realistic representations of how the app performs under different connectivity and usage scenarios.

The Dev Alpha C is the Dev Alpha device for the QWERTY version of the newest BlackBerry 10 devices. With the Dev Alpha C, you’ll be able to test if your apps and games run smoothly on the device, and perhaps you’ll want to tweak some of the UI/UX in order to best suit the device. Check after the jump for the details on the Dev Alpha C program.
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BlackBerry 10 Sample Apps Help with Development on the Dev Alpha

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BlackBerry World has created a lot of excitement among mobile developers for RIM’s new BlackBerry 10 OS. RIM’s developer relations’ team has put together a list of examples to give developers a sneak peek of what’s being implemented on this new and exciting platform.
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