Register for Google I/O 2010 Now, Get the Early Bird Rate
Article by George Norman
On 14 Jan 2010
In 2010, the Google I/O annual developer conference will once again be held in San Francisco. The year’s largest developer conference will kick off at the Moscone Center on the 19th of May, and thousands of web, mobile and enterprise developers are expected to attend. The question is, will you be there?

Mountain View-based search engine giant Google announced that registration for Google I/O is now open at code.google.com/io. If you hurry up and register now, you can take advantage of the early bird rate of $400. Perhaps you don’t need to hurry up that much, the early bird rate is available until the 16th of April. The rate goes up $100 after that.

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Students aren’t exactly known for having a lot of money, but Google took this into consideration. For students Google offers a discounted Academia rate of just $100, but you need to hurry to get it as it is limited and available on a first come, first serve basis.

Engineering Director with Google, David Glazer, offers a few more details about Google I/O 2010: “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.”

If you want to register for Google I/O 2010 or get additional details about the conference, head over to the event’s web site (click here). At the time of writing this info on more than half the sessions were already posted; the bios of most of the speakers were already posted as well.



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