Egypt’s developers gets hands on with BlackBerry tools
APP DEVELOPMENT| Oct. 11, 2012, 3:55 p.m.
Egypt’s mobile app developers are getting better acquainted with BlackBerry developer tools at the BlackBerry global tour now underway in Cairo.
Nearly 250 developers - from university students to professionals in ICT companies – are meeting on the sidelines of the BlackBerry event, which is being staged this week in partnership with the Information Technology Institute (ITI).
The forum is giving software developers the opportunity to learn about the latest tools, technologies and features in order for them to develop new apps and market them on BlackBerry® App World.
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