Research in Motion showed off some portions of it’s new BlackBerry 10 platform to the local developer community today at Bingamen’s.

They played host to the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour. The full day event provided developers with insights into the impending BB10 operating system.

“You can actually bring the code that you’ve got to the BlackBerry 10 platform using our open source modules and using all of the available different ways that you can build applications for it. So the BlackBerry 10 port is super easy, and the idea that because we give you options is somehow confusing to build for BlackBerry 10, is total malarkey”, said Alec Saunders, Vice President of Developer Relations for RIM who was there dispelling myths about it being difficult to develop apps for BlackBerry.

Brian Zubert is RIM’s manager of developer relations and he tells 570 News the tour is all about going to developers home town’s, “What we’re really trying to promote is the BlackBerry 10 user experience, get developers excited about what’s coming to the platform, help developers understand the architecture and help them structure their applications so that they’re designed in keeping with the theme of the BlackBerry 10 user experience.”

Zubert says the world tour is a sign of just how committed RIM is to helping developers.

The tour has been making it’s way around the globe since late May, and wraps up next month in Amsterdam.