BlackBerry 10 arrives on January 30th, the first smartphone operating system that provides full WebGL support, in the browser, and for installed applications. Learn how easy is to take your existing content and package using BlackBerry WebWorks for installation on a device or submission to BlackBerry World, as well as how you can leverage native device functionality, such as in-app payment, BBM and more, without ever leaving the browser runtime.
Joshua Granick is a passionate developer, writer and speaker. As a lead evangelist for BlackBerry, he loves to support developers, build tools that are fun and productive, and inspire innovation and creativity.
Before joining Research In Motion, Joshua was the lead support for native developers on Palm webOS. He has more than twelve years experience in the industry, including previous work for Disney, Kellogg's, Nickelodeon and Adobe.
Joshua lives in the mountains of California with his beautiful wife and four wonderful kids. He is also the lead developer for NME, an "awesome" cross-platform framework.