Mar 04 AT 7:11 PM Taylor Wimberly 13 Comments

Google I/O 2010 sells out early

Just as we predicted on yesterday’s podcast, Google I/O 2010 has sold out early. Over 4,000 developers will be at the Moscone West in San Francisco on May 19-20. Thankfully we registered early and will be attending as press. We are super excited for 2nd Google I/O event and look forward to seeing all our Android friends again. As we approach the show, look for more in-depth coverage.

If you didn’t register in time, video recordings of all sessions and keynotes will be available on YouTube following the conference.

From Google: Like years past, I/O will feature over 90 in-depth sessions and the opportunity to meet and learn from other developers, including those from the more than 160 companies that will demo in the Developer Sandbox. To keep up with the latest event info and details, follow us on Twitter.

Via: Official Google Blog

Source: Google I/O

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  1. schwizGuest 5 years ago

    I can’t wait! At least I have GDC to tide me over in the mean time :)

  2. webdevvieGuest 5 years ago

    Actually this is the third I/O event … first one was in 2008

    i also went to the one last year and the year before.

    -i can’t wait :D-

  3. tdh004Guest 5 years ago

    You guys are just going for hopes of a free new device aren’t you? lol You can be honest with us!

    Glad to see you guys are going. I generally come here first for Android news, and no telling what will come out of I/O this year.

  4. Sold out quick. I registered as student, hah. Guess all these annyoing classes pay off. See you boys there.

  5. KarlGuest 5 years ago

    Can’t find a good reason to go. Throwing money after this w/o perspective to develop contacts or anything beyond what I can get out of YouTube already doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to me. In particular those small tables they had out in the hall last year, featuring a handful of third party devs and small firms that actually leverage Google’s technologies – well – I found that totally pathetic if you compare this to a real show where actually opportunities are going around…

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