Google I/O 2013 Session Schedule Is Now LiveBy: Zach Walton - May 1, 2013
Google I/O must be somewhat overwhelming for some developers. There’s a lot of ground to cover and you can only attend so many sessions in a day. That’s why a tight schedule is of the utmost importance so you better start building one now before it’s too late.
The Google I/O site has just been updated with the latest session schedule so that developers can start planning their days accordingly. All you need to do is sign in to your Google account and click on the plus button for each session you want to attend. It should go without saying, but clicking on the plus button doesn’t save you spot for that session. You might want to have a backup plan just in case your preferred session is full.
Speaking of sessions, Google developers will be on hand to discuss everything from Android to YouTube. The first two days will feature sessions on Android, Chrome, Google+, Google Cloud Platform and YouTube. The third day shaves off two categories to focus only on Android, Chrome and the Google Cloud Platform.
Beyond these official sessions, there will be plenty of developers wandering the show floor ready to talk shop with anybody else. In fact, Facebook has already said it will deploy a number of its developers at the event to talk with others about the Facebook SDK for Android.
On a final note, those who can’t make it to Google I/O will want to check out the schedule as well. The events with a little camera on them means that Google will be live streaming that session. You might want to start planning your weekend of watching Google I/O live streams now.[h/t: DroidLife]