RIM to launch BlackBerry Developer Conference in fall

Not to be outdone, rival device giant Research In Motion announced it will launch its own annual developer conference, scheduled to take place in Santa Clara, Calif. the week of October 20, 2008. The BlackBerry Developer Conference will provide commercial and corporate developers assistance and insight in building applications for RIM's BlackBerry platform alongside keynotes from mobile bigwigs, general sessions, roundtable discussions, hands-on workshops, networking opportunities and exhibits. Scheduled topics include "Building Powerful Enterprise Applications on the BlackBerry Platform," "Creating Captivating Applications and Services for Consumers," "Latest Development Tools," "Rich Internet Application Development" and "Integrating Location-Based Services." Click here for updates and registration information and check out the new BlackBerry Developer Video Library for related instructional videos.

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