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BlackBerry Jam Americas schedule

Tuesday 25th September 2012

Wednesday 26th September 2012

  • ASK02 – Ask the Experts: Drop-In

    Have questions? Join BlackBerry® Jam Americas speakers and Research In Motion® (RIM®) experts for the Ask The Experts program! Head to the meals room to meet the experts and discuss the following topics:

    • Native - C/C++
    • Native - Cascades and Qt
    • Web - Browser/WebKit
    • Web - WebWorks
    • UI/UX
    • BlackBerry App World/Go to Market
    • Enterprise
    • Apps Alliance

    At 8:30am to 9:30am, Wednesday 26th September

    In San Jose McEnery Convention Center

  • JAM15 – Native API Deep Dive: Camera

    by Sean McVeigh and Paul Bernhardt

    Camera integration can be a powerful addition to your application. Attend this session to learn more about the Camera APIs for the BlackBerry® 10 NDK and how you can build photo and video capture directly into your native C and Cascades apps. This session will also cover basics of using screen overlay features such as the ones used in Augmented Reality applications.

    At 9:30am to 10:30am, Wednesday 26th September

    In San Jose McEnery Convention Center

  • JAM34 – Web API Deep Dive: Multimedia Playback, Streaming and Camera

    by Dave Balmer

    Multimedia capabilities are becoming stronger and stronger on the Web today, and the BlackBerry® 10 Browser is no different. In this session, we will cover everything you need to know to play and capture video and audio content in your app. We will also address the needs of games and some of the limitations that still exist, mostly in the audio space.

    At 9:30am to 10:30am, Wednesday 26th September

    In San Jose McEnery Convention Center

  • JAM56 – The New BlackBerry 10 Browser

    by Eli Fidler and Matthew Staikos

    The new BlackBerry® 10 browser has been built with groundbreaking Web technologies. In this session, we will go through the techniques used to build the actual browser itself and dispel notions that Web technologies can be limiting. This session will also serve as a preview for next generation Web application technologies, and possibly what WebWorks™ and Apache Cordova may evolve to in the not so distant future.

    At 9:30am to 10:30am, Wednesday 26th September

    In San Jose McEnery Convention Center