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04-04-2012 11:38 PM
As you can now see in the preliminary session catalog for the BlackBerry 10 Jam, there is going to be lots and lots of focus on Cascades: https://bbworld.blackberryconferences.net/2012/sch
So, 8h flying, or 24h driving, or even if you have to hitch-hike your way there, seems like it will be worth the trip.
There are even some interesting nuggets to ferret out of some of the session descriptions if you expand the details on each one. ;-) Invocation Framework anyone? Foreign Windows and app embedding? Seems like sweet sounds to my ears...
04-10-2012 12:22 AM
* API for using the camera (which is most important)
I'm happy to announce that I'll be hosting a session on the Native C Camera APIs.