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Archive of Previous Webcast



I was wondering if there are any links to previous webcasts from RIM. I remember there was one a few weeks ago about UI design but I was not able to attend so it would be great if I could watch them again.


Any sources?



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Re: Archive of Previous Webcast

Links to each web cast can be found in previous editions of the BlackBerry Developer's Newsletter


If you haven't signed up for this newsletter yet, I'd highly recommend it.  It is a monthly publication that shares articles on various BlackBerry development subjects, tips & tricks for improving your applications as well as announcements for upcoming events, such as webinars.


For your convenience, here is a compiled list of BlackBerry Developer Webcasts:


  • Super Apps - Mike Kirkup (Thursday, February 25th, 2010)

  • BlackBerry Themes - Mark Rathwell / Dale Ducharme / Mike Kirkup / Jason Laughlin (Tuesday, January 12th, 2009)




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