Everyone that would like to attend Google I/O, please proceed in an orderly fashion to the registration site. No pushing or shoving, remember that it doesn’t matter when they receive your application as long as you get it in before the site closes on March 19 at 7pm Central Daylight Time.
Tickets will again cost $300 for students, professors and faculty or $900 if you don’t fit any of those categories.
As always, if you don’t manage to make the cut for the main event, the keynotes and some sessions will be livestreamed and everything will be available on YouTube sometime after the event. There are also I/O Extended events in cities around the world if you are looking to watch the action with some fellow Google enthusiasts.
With Android, Android Wear, Android TV, Android Pay, Chrome OS and all manner of other Google projects in the works it is hard to say whether there will be one major focus for I/O 2015. We expect to hear more details about Android Pay and Google becoming an MVNO, but if years past are any indication, there will be a wealth of interesting information coming out of Google I/O.
What do you hope to see from Google at I/O this year?