This year’s event will include five Android sessions, the Developer Sandbox to showcase new apps, and a ton of speakers including many members of the Android team. If you develop any Android applications, this is the one event I would suggest you try to attend.
Join us for two days of deep technical content featuring Android, Google Chrome, Google APIs, GWT, App Engine, open web technologies, and more.
Google I/O features 80 sessions, more than 3,000 developers, and over 100 demonstrations from developers showcasing their technologies. Talk shop with engineers building the next generation of web, mobile, and enterprise applications.Google I/O
Last year’s I/O sold out before the start of the conference, so we encourage you to sign up in advance in you plan on attending. Early bird registration is $400 for attendees and $100 for academia.
We attended the event last year and had an absolute blast. The keynote speeches by Vic Gundotra were filled with excitement and I hope he takes the stage again this year. We were spoiled treated like Google employees the entire time and even received free phones.
If you sign up for Google I/O 2010, leave us a comment for a special Android meetup we might organize.
Five lucky readers got free passes to the 2009 show, so keep your eyes peeled for a possible future contest.