RIM Sets December 11th Release Date for BlackBerry 10 Gold SDK’s

Native Arrival Boards

I am really loving the transparency of RIM’s arrival boards for developers. It is a complete 180 from the opaque RIM of the past. Now RIM has announced the date for the release of the final Gold SDK’s for BlackBerry 10 and that date is December 11th, 2012. That means developers will be able to submit their final app updates and submit your app knowing it will run on the commercial BlackBerry 10 OS. Also worth noting is that RIM said there will be another important update before the Gold release on November 29th that includes bug fixes and bring BlackBerry WebWorks HTML5 tools closer in parity to the native tools.

Check out the arrival boards below or the full recap below it done by Lou G. on the DevBlog

A quick recap on calendar:

November 29 – BlackBerry 10 SDK update
November 29-30BlackBerry® Jam Asia (in Bangkok, Thailand)
December 11 – BlackBerry 10 Gold SDK launch
January 21 – Deadline to have apps submitted to the BlackBerry App World™ storefront for the 10k Developer Commitment where we guarantee $10,000 USD revenue in the first year (1,2).
January 30BlackBerry 10 launch events
February 5-6BlackBerry Jam Europe (in Amsterdam)

2 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. Great news about finally having access to sensors in Webworks so that we can track disturbances in the space-time continuum, but I don’t understand why NFC didn’t make the cut and has to be loaded as an extension (soon to be released).

  2. (12/11/2012) 1+2+1+1+2+0+1+2 = 10
    1211+2012 = 3223 = 3+2+2+3 = 10

    RIM is strategically setting these dates to add up to 10

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