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Registered: ‎10-17-2010
My Device: (BlackBerry Z10)-> Q10/Passport Dual Use

Will BB10 Jam NDK Sessions Be Available to Devs?

I cannot attend BB10 Jam because I live below the poverty line and cannot affort a ticket+hotel to FL. Loyal to BB since I got my first BlackBerry phone in 2006 and PB last year when it was released. I am very passionate about BlackBerry and really looking forward to BB10 and the upcoming release of Cascades. To each their own, however... 


can someone please provide me a way to access the Jam sessions, or get my hands on a BB10 alpha device?


Thank you!

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Registered: ‎04-28-2009
My Device: Z10 (STL100-4)-, Z10 (STL100-3)-, Z30 (STA100-5)-, Passport (SQW100-1)-, PlayBook (16GB)-
My Carrier: Verizon

Re: Will BB10 Jam NDK Sessions Be Available to Devs?

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Unfortunetly, they don't record videos. But they do have audio and slides. These usually come a week or so after the whole event finishes. They make a couple avaliable for free, but the rest require either you to have been an attendee or to pay a fee (I think about $25 but nothing has been offically released).

As for the Alpha device, that's a no-can-do. Many want it and as of right now the only way to get it is to go there. I would love to get one but can't go either.

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Registered: ‎12-20-2010
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Re: Will BB10 Jam NDK Sessions Be Available to Devs?

We'll post links to the content after the conference here.
http://www.blackberrydeveloperevents.com/events/home.html (left hand side, just below the calendar).

Also, use this as the source to watch for future events that may be closer in your area.