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Date: 12 Oct 2012
Time: 2200 hrs
Venue: University of Management and Technology,
           Leisure Commerce Square, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
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Learn new skills, access new markets, make new friends and get all the technical and logistical support you need all at one event – what are you waiting for?


Register now!

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TENTATIVE

Ideation – Friday 12 Oct 2012

7.00pm to 11.00pm

- Registration & Welcome

- Team Introductions

- Country Vibes by Research In Motion speaker

- Rules & Regulations

- JamBytes: BlackBerry 10 Design/UX: Finding Your Flow

- Team Breakouts – ideation with RIM experts

11.00pm to 12.00am

BlackBerry JamHack simultaneous kick-off

Creation – Saturday 13 Oct 2012

12.00am to 12.00am

Hack for all teams:

- RIM Tech Experts Onsit

- RIM Virtual Global Helpdesk

- RIM Business Development Roving team

JamBytes sessions by RIM:

- Invocation and Sharing

- Unified Inbox and Notifications

- Going Viral with BBM

- Pushing Data and Notifications

- Handling Payments in your app

Sponsored Session: Pearson's Plug & Play APIs

Showcase – Sunday 14 Oct 2012

12.00am to 6.00am

Hack for all teams:

- RIM Tech Experts Onsite

- RIM Virtual Global Helpdesk

- RIM Business Development Roving team

6.00am to 9.00am

Final Preparation for Pitch Sessions

9.00am to 12.00pm

Pitch sessions by all teams

*Tentative program only. Detailed program to be confirmed. Please note that all presentations will be in English.

Email
bbmalaysiancoders@gmail.com

I’ll be there to basically learn how to sign my apps, and submit them to the BlackBerry AppWorld. See you guys there…

 

Prepare to Hack

  Here are 4 things you need to do before showing up for BlackBerry®JamHack 2012

Choose your BlackBerry®10 Platform and download the SDK

Choose one or more platforms to use for BlackBerry JamHack 2012. Please remember that we are looking Built for BlackBerry® apps for the JamHack events.
C/C++ Native SDKC++/Qt CascadesHTML5 WebWorksActionScript Adobe AIR

Get Your Signing Keys

Before you can submit your application to the BlackBerry®AppWorld™ storefront, or deploy it onto an BlackBerry device without a debug token, you must sign your application. To sign your application, you require device code signing keys. Here's how you can get them:

  • To obtain BlackBerry device code signing keys, see the BlackBerry Keys Order Form.
  • When applying for signing keys, please ensure the box "For BlackBerry®PlayBook OS and BlackBerry 10 and Higher" is checked.
  • After your application is accepted, you'll receive two CSJ registration files by email, a RIM Development Key (RDK) file to sign the application and a debug token (PBDT) file to generate debug tokens (one signing account can be used to generate debug tokens for multiple users).
  • Save these registration files on your computer. You will need them when you configure your environment for application deployment.

Sign up as an AppWorld Portal Vendor

In order to submit apps into BlackBerry AppWorld, you will need to be an approved vendor on the BlackBerry App World Vendor Portal

  • Visit http://bit.ly/BBAppWorldVendorPortal and click "Get Started"
  • Complete the application process:
    • Accept the vendor agreement for storefront
    • Accept the necessary agreements if you wish to sell products on BlackBerry AppWorld
    • Provide the necessary information
  • Once your account credentials have been confirmed you will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how you can begin submitting products by RIM.
  • To speed up the approval of your account, please send an email with subject "BlackBerry JamHack – AppWorld Reg" to BlackBerryAppWorldRequests@rim.comwith your account ID, account name and company name and a scan of your ID or company documents in order to verify your identity. You will receive confirmation once your account has been activated.
  • If no response within 48 hours of submission, please contactdevmarketingap@rim.com with "BlackBerry JamHack – AppWorld Reg" and quote your email address and name that you have registered under.

Sign up for BlackBerry JamZone & Participate in the JamZone Rewards Program

Enhance your BlackBerry®JamZone experience by collecting badges for achievements and milestones. Sharing, joining groups, and posting in our forums are all simple ways to earn rewards.
Redeem your badge points for BlackBerry Jam Zone rewards – order directly from your JamZone account and we'll ship it to your door.
For BlackBerry JamHack 2012 participants, we will be awarding a special badge for you! So, don't lose out and sign up on BlackBerry Jam Zone now!

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