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Reminder: BlackBerry PlayBook Webcast Today at 2PM EST

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RIM is hosting a developer webcast today to show off the BlackBerry PlayBook and how to install and use the new SDK. Creating apps for the PlayBook requires a little understanding of actionscript and Adobe Flash, but it’s generally an easy process. During the webcast, there will be RIM and Adobe experts there to take your questions so if you’re interested in making some PlayBook apps, you should definitely attend.

Date: Thursday, November 4, 2010
Time: 2:00 PM EST / 11:00 AM PST
Presenters:

  • Prosanta Bhattacherjee, Application Development Consultant, Research In Motion Limited
  • Renaun Erickson, Adobe Developer Evangelist, Adobe Systems Incorporated

Register here for the developer webcast.

Save the Date: BlackBerry 6 Developer Webcast August 26th, 2010

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RIM is hosting a webcast for developers who want to know more about developing apps that take advantage of BlackBerry 6. The webcast will take place on Thursday, August 26th at 2PM EST. Some of the topics covered in the webinar include:

  • Create stunning UI using the new BlackBerry 6 UI APIs
  • Master new Super App capabilities like Universal Search
  • Hear about our new Platform Services
  • Learn about the groundbreaking BlackBerry 6 Browser and how you can start building rich web apps with easy new tools
  • See what you can do now with BlackBerry Widgets

To register for the webcast, head over to the registration page and leave your details.

RIM Hosting Free Webcast for Developers About BlackBerry Push

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Tomorrow, April 13th, RIM is hosting a free webscast for developers to learn how to take full advantage of BlackBerry Push services. Almost every app can be made better with Push, especially anything social, so be sure to join and learn how to incorporate Push into your app.
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Save the Date: RIM Webcast On Building Super Apps

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RIM is hosting a webcast to talk about their latest initiative – BlackBerry Super Apps. According to RIM, “a Super App levaerages the unique capabilities of the BlackBerry platform to offer a seamless, integrated and efficient experience.”

During their webcast, you’ll learn how to:

  • Design apps that are stickier, more intuitive, more engaging and more valuable to users.
  • Maximize network efficiency and battery life with “always-on” apps that run in the background, quietly waiting for the right time to spring into action.
  • Add custom menu items and data to the Inbox, Address Book and Calendar so your apps are always one click away.
  • Leverage true push technology to deliver “just-in-time” data with audible notifications and customized messages

Date: Thursday, February 25, 2010
Time: 2:00 PM EST
Presenter: Mike Kirkup, Director, Developer Relations

Register for the webinar today and learn how to build a Super App.

ACT! on BlackBerry

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ACT!Coming up next Tuesday is a webcast outlining features of new ACT! software on BlackBerry. For those who have never heard of it, ACT! is a contact management application. At its bare minimum, ACT! is a shared rolodex for your network, but let me tell you from personal experience, it’s a powerhouse when it comes to office management, and the fact that it’s coming to BlackBerry is huge.

The desktop software keeps track of sales, records meetings, documents, pictures, and companies all relating to the contacts you’ve input. Not only does it work extremely well with Outlook mailing lists and appointments, the whole system is incredibly customizable, depending on how far you want to go. With a well-populated ACT! database accessible via BlackBerry, you could find out the random guy sitting across from you at a conference banquet worked for a competitor three years ago, and recently signed up for your company’s newsletter – blammo, instant business.

The webcast will begin at 2pm EST. Go here to sign up for the webcast.