Research In Motion (RIM), the company behind the BlackBerry® solution and the highly anticipated BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet is offering an all-expenses-paid trip to San Francisco to BlackBerry® DEVCON 2011 as well as a 16GB BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet to the software developer who is chosen as South Africa’s first BlackBerry® PlayBook™ App Master.
To be in with a shot to take your awesome app development skills to the global stage, simply develop a compelling wireframe for the BlackBerry PlayBook and submit your wireframe before May 31. It will be important to use BlackBerry PlayBook compatible tools such as Web, Flash, Adobe AIR and BlackBerry PlayBook development.
You can develop your app for the business/productivity or lifestyle/entertainment categories using BlackBerry PlayBook-compatible tools and technologies such as BlackBerry Webworks.
If you win the grand prize, you’ll be visiting San Francisco from 18 October to 20 October for the BlackBerry Development Conference, where you’ll be exposed to the latest app development best practices and you’ll get your very own brand new 16GB BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet.
The highly-anticipated BlackBerry PlayBook delivers professional-grade, consumer-friendly experiences that redefine the possibilities of mobile computing. This ultra-portable tablet looks and feels great, measuring less than half an inch thick and weighing less than a pound. It features a vivid 7-inch high-resolution display that is highly-responsive with a fluid touch screen experience.
It also offers industry leading performance, uncompromised web browsing with support for Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1, true multitasking, HD multimedia, advanced security features, out-of-the-box enterprise support and a robust development environment.
Enter the competition
- Register here
- Develop a wireframe for a BlackBerry® PlayBook™ App
- Upload your wireframe before 31 May 2011 to be judged.
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