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Enterprise mobile apps are on a huge growth curve because they’re an excellent way to mobilize the workforce while controlling data security, and BlackBerry Dynamics has emerged as the best way to create secure, user friendly enterprise apps for the variety of mobile devices and operating systems coming into the average company’s network.

This blog is by Lee Van Cromvoirt, Market Manager of App Ecosystems and Developer Outreach at BlackBerry. It was originally published on the Inside BlackBerry Developer Blog.

As developers work madly, trying to keep up with their employers’ demand for new and improved business apps, BlackBerry’s Enterprise Developer Community Forums have emerged as a key resource to help them get the information and insights they need to be successful.

Whether you are new to the platform or a seasoned developer, this community is a great way to keep plugged in to what’s happening on a regular basis. For example, you can:

  • Start and join conversations to get your enterprise app questions answered, and help shape solutions to challenges other developers face.
  • Engage and collaborate with expert devs and industry peers from around the world, including BlackBerry developers and technical experts.
  • Get direct information, including updates on the latest news, code samples and resources, about the world’s leading secure development platform for enterprise apps.
  • Add critical feedback ideas for future product updates.

Work isn’t everything, so we aim to have a bit of fun on our Developer Community Forums, too. Gain points as you engage in the community, answer questions, and connect with others with the same interests. These points add up to give you increased status, and they may help get you nominated for the app awards handed out at our BlackBerry Developer Summits.

Want to test the waters? Put a toe in by taking a Developer Community Poll – How do you like to consume our development content?

Ready to jump in? Please join the Developer Community and start contributing to the conversation!

This was originally posted on the Inside BlackBerry Developer Blog.


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