Nokia’s Series 40 phones are powered by Java and have a huge installed based around the world. The S40 platform includes cutting-edge technologies and services that enable developers to build rich and engaging applications in Java.
Nokia has always been putting a lot of effort into developer education and support and I’ve been in touch with Nokia lately on a couple of new and upcoming programs and events you should check out:
- Nokia is a Diamond Sponsor at JavaOne India next week. Nokia will be present with a keynote, two talks, and more. Central focus will be on mobility for enterprise apps as well as monetization strategies for application developers.
- Following up on JavaOne India, Nokia and Oracle will be doing a joint JUG event in Bangalore.
- The Nokia Developer Program has several upcoming webinars for Java developers starting May 2nd. Topics covered are “User-Centric Design of Series 40 Applications” and “Introduction to App Development with Nokia Maps for Series 40 phones”.
- Also on the Nokia Developer Program you’ll find a host of other learning resources for Java developers across a wide range of topics.
- Last but not least, the Nokia Developer Program also features a remote device access service which enables developers to test their applications on live devices over the Internet – for free.