More Details on the Google I/O 2010 Conference Emerge
Article by George Norman
On 18 Feb 2010
The Google I/O annual developer conference will kick off in San Francisco, at the Moscone Center on the 19th of May. Thousands of web, mobile and enterprise developers will attend the conference this year. If you would like to attend as well, registration for Google I/O is open at code.google.com/io. Register now (or until the 16th of April) and you can get the early bird rate of $400. That’s $100 less than the sticker price.

“I/O 2010 will be focused on building the next generation of applications in the cloud and will feature the latest on Google products and technologies like Android, Google Chrome, App Engine, Google Web Toolkit, Google APIs and more. Members of our engineering teams and other web development experts will lead more than 80 technical sessions. We'll also bring back the Developer Sandbox, which we introduced at I/O 2009, where developers from more than 100 companies will be on hand to demo their apps, answer questions and exchange ideas,” commented Engineering Director with Google, David Glazer when registration for Google I/O kicked off earlier this month.

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If you’re going to attend the conference, what can you expect to get for your $400 (or $500 if you don’t take the early bird special)? The Google Developer Team has shared a few details:
  • - The engineering teams behind all the products to be featured at Google I/O will lead over 80 sessions. Details on 63 of them are available here.
  • - On the Developer Sandbox page over 58 companies are listed and it is expected that over 150 companies will participate in the Sandbox.
  • - 99 prominent figures from Google and other companies will speak at Google I/O 2010.
  • - This year the first ever I/O BootCamp was introduced – it sold out in 48 hours.

“We'll be teaming up with Maker Faire again this year for our After Hours evening party. Google I/O attendees will get to preview some of the amazing DIY projects that will be showcased at Maker Faire in San Mateo just a couple of days after I/O, and discounted Maker Faire tickets will be available during After Hours. We've also invited the organizers of Gadgetoff. They'll be bringing along exciting, interactive gadgets, robots and vehicles,” commented on behalf of the Google Developer Team, Joyce Sohn.



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