In preparation for an upcoming OS update for the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha device that developers attending the BlackBerry 10 Jam received, RIM is looking for feedback from developers lucky enough to have obtained an Alpha device.
This makes sense, despite the media frenzy over the device, the alpha’s given away at the Jam were intended for developers and developers only.
Feedback from developers is absolutely critical to futures updates for the device.
As a developer, I’m looking forward to the first BB10 OS installed on the device, instead of the current modified playbook os.
RIM wants your feedback pertaining to two important key issues:
1. Rim wants to hear your developer story and to hear the following from developers:
- your thoughts on the BlackBerry 10 developer tools
- what applications you are working on
- anything else you feel relevant regarding your experiences developing for the BlackBerry 10 platform.
So all developers, get your info in now and email your feedback to Victoria Berry at email@example.com
2. Rim wants your feedback to be logged using the issue tracker on the BlackBerry developer website.
The issue tracker is one of the tools RIM uses to determine what issues need to be addressed and when an update is needed. RIM relies on the feedback from this tool to help facilitate getting updates to market sooner rather than later.
For the issue tracker, developers should submit issues against the BlackBerry 10 project (BBTEN)
For any developers unaware, the issue tracker is within the BlackBerry Developer Zone.