04-08-2013 05:26 PM
@tab4u, Just out of curiosity, what other platforms you have been working with? You seem to be very confident that any other platform has far better support. How many devices Apple sent you, maybe Microsoft was so generous to send you couple of Lumias/HTC/etc. or was it Google who sent you Nexus 4 once you contacted them?
I perfectly understand that one can get frustrated by delays, but you have to understand one simple thing: BlackBerry won't die if you stop developing for their platform, as no any other company will. It's not like you do a huge favor to BlackBerry or any other company by bringing your apps to their platform, unless you send hundreds of very popular and free apps (which I doubt you do). They provide you free tools, some of companies (Nokia, BlackBerry I know of) provide free testing devices, and they provide you with a place to sell your apps. So try to be at least a bit more respectful to the company who provides you with all these things.
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04-09-2013 03:50 AM
Wow, wow, wow... " Grow up boy ", "This lame attitude and considering every one **bleep** male u go nowhere", easy on turns baby. I wonder that you have any clients at all with such attitude.
So, you work with banks and yet you're here whining about missing Z10 LE device and Dev Alpha C which was distributed so far to Canada and propably few in US. Since when banks stopped paying to companies that develop apps for them? Does BlackBerry provide you with a mechanism to publish your apps? Does BlackBerry provide you with statistics of downloads/purchases for your apps? Do they provide you all needed instruments/documentation/samples? What do you complain about? If you have clients who request apps for BlackBerry 10 devices it's YOURs responsibility to purchase device and develop those apps, otherwise just leave it to those companies which can do it without extra whining (trust me, there will be lots of them, enterprise app creation is not a rocket science).
"And hey ever heard of SmartSMS... AI built natural human speech recognition based SMS system??? We patented it and its In implementation and testing phase in 20 global banks.." ... hmmm, interesting. Here in Europe (yes, I'm in Europe and not in Canada) we have automated systems for any type of service for years already (with voice recognition I mean). What exactly did you patent and more importantly where?
"Now am I eligible to talk about other platforms in enterprise segment or not??" of course you're. Does it makes any difference in what I've written in previous comment to you and above? Do you think just because you work for some enterprise clients makes you eligible to have any special treatment from BlackBerry? BlackBerry has nothing in return from you. It's you who earn money and banks/ministries who have needed apps.
My friendly suggestion to you would be, stop complaining and whining that you're important, because you're not. BlackBerry don't and should not care about you and your company as long as you don't populate their store with high-end titles and people buy BlackBerry devices (partially) because of them. Once you get to that level, you will have a different path and type of treatment from BlackBerry, until then just accept that you're just as all others.