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Application Development from Behind the Firewall

Guest post by Dennis Reumer

Being an enterprise developer, you are certainly going to bump into some issues and complications that a consumer developer has never heard of. 841 more words

Native SDK Development

Watch the Webcast: Building Web Apps with the New BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK

Guest post by Ryan McDonald

Did you miss last week’s “Building Web Apps with the New BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK” webcast? We’ve got you covered! You can view the recording… 163 more words

Events

Tips Menemukan Shortcut Aplikasi dengan (Lebih) Cepat

Kalau kita biasa menggunakan Microsoft Windows maka untuk menemukan shortcut suatu aplikasi kita bisa klik Start> All Programs dan aplikasi yang terinstall langsung keliatan kmdn tinggal diklik aja. 29 more words

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Python 2.7

My use of Python growing, I’m setting up a light IDE environment mainly consisting of a text editor, some plugings, and the back-end Python interpretor. I use Python 2.7. 37 more words

Coding Is Fun

Open Source Completely Underestimates Contributor License Agreements

Reddit’s /r/ProgrammerHumor has recently treated us to this politically incorrect and quite childish little Open Source rant

Obviously, like most “discussions” on reddit and specifically those discussions about Open Source, things got quickly very serious with people referring to Richard Stallman and how these critiques are childish and immature and what’s-wrong-with-our-industry™ etc. 953 more words

Open Source

Bringing Home the Hardware: Add BlackBerry to Your Product Portfolio

Calling all accessories, peripherals, and hardware vendors:

Cases, speakers, printers, credit card readers, gamepads, wearable tech of all shapes and sizes…you got ‘em, we want ‘em. 103 more words

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