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A Geeks Guide 2GG2 In this edition of GG2 we are offering up to 40 per cent off BlackBerry Programming books. It seems the release of the new and somewhat impressive BlackBerry Torch and the launch of App World V2 in August has made some geeks want to enter the lab and conquer the world of BlackBerry application development.

Beginning BlackBerry Development

Beginning BlackBerry DevelopmentFirst up we have Beginning BlackBerry Development by Anthony Rizk. Rizk presents the "how to" on building Java-based BlackBerry applications from scratch. You'll find 250 pages of simple coding and illustrations covering the basics behind BlackBerry applications, user interface, storing data, network enabled apps, location based services and the marketing behind your new genius app. Easy to read, this book is recommended for anybody who doesn’t have previous mobile programming knowledge.

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BlackBerry Java Application Development - Beginner’s Guide

BlackBerry Java Application Development - Beginner’s GuideExperienced software developer Bill Foust offers his step-by-step guide to help you get the most out of BlackBerry smartphones. Foust offers a hands-on approach covering the development environment, creating your first BlackBerry project, UI, storing data, interfacing with applications and networking. There are 351 pages full of illustrations and a handy "What just happened?" feature that offers explanations as you go. The book is ideal for anybody with previous Java, C# or C++ development experience.

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BlackBerry Development Fundamentals

BlackBerry Development FundamentalsLooking for something more nitty-gritty? John M Wargo, BlackBerry development expert, provides us with his best practice guide to producing your very own BlackBerry application. Throughout 447 pages we cover topics including determining the best approach, connections, mobile data system, data push, BlackBerry browser applications, testing/debugging and Java-based applications. The book is full of clear illustrations and goes into significant detail. Wargo’s book is recommended for those new to BlackBerry applications development and those who have mobile programming knowledge.

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Advanced BlackBerry Development

Advanced BlackBerry DevelopmentWhat’s with the Blueberries on the front cover of a BlackBerry book? Nonetheless Chris King incites us with his expert advice on developing more advanced Java applications. The book is divided into three parts which discuss advanced APIs, device integration and going pro. King covers topics such as RIM security, advanced build techniques and much more. The book is packed full of code and illustrations and is full of handy hints and tips from an author who is a specialist in mobile development across all mobile platforms.

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