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Some Common Sense Feedback on PlayBook NDK Setup Process

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We often link to our good friend Jeff Bacon as he’s been a contributor to BlackBerryCool, as well as a BlackBerry developer for years. In a recent post on his personal blog, he details some common sense things RIM could do to make the PlayBook NDK setup process simpler. RIM has a long history of making the setup process and developer environment needlessly complicated, and it’s posts like this that should be listened to.
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RIM Launches Closed Beta of Native SDK for QNX Tablet OS

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Things are moving along with the QNX transition over at RIM as the company has today announced a closed beta of the Native SDK for the Tablet OS. This version of the SDK is targeting game developers and will allow them to code in a C/C++ environment and take advantage of a deeper API set. Click through to read more about the SDK.
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