Samsung has been holding bada code camps all around the US this week with the final two stops in Atlanta and Austin. The camp is a great way for developers to learn more about the OS. The camps feature a full day of interactive sessions covering everything from the basics of the bada platform to deployment into the bada App Store and are split up into morning and afternoon meetings.
The morning session will focus on Q&A’s, application development companies can learn more about the latest bada market updates, available devices and the Samsung Developers programs, and other news regarding Samsung and the bada platform.
The afternoon session is more focused on developing as engineers will be able to get hands-on experience with the bada platform. A team of bada experts will also go through the full development cycle of creating a bada application as well as answer questions that come up throughout the day.
Also, the camp will allow developers the opportunity to get to know the newly released bada SDK, which includes the integrated development environment (IDE), simulator, UI builder, sample applications, documentation and tutorials.
The Boston event is being held today (3/7) however it is not too late to sign up for the Atlanta (3/8) and Austin (3/10) events.
To register, please click on the city you want to attend.
Atlanta (3/8/2011) 10am-7pm (ET)
Austin (3/10/2011) 10am-7pm (CT)
To learn more about the camp, click here to download the PDF brochure.