Google I/O Registration Is Now OpenBy: Zach Walton - March 27, 2012
Google I/O is one of the biggest developer events of the year and for good reason. It’s a place where developers can learn what Google is up to this year while learning from each other in a developer-centric environment.
If you’re interested in the future of Google or just coding in general, the Google I/O registration is now open. You might want to act fast as Google+%289to5+Google+-+Beyond+Good+and+Evil%29″>9TO5Google reminds us that last year’s tickets sold out in less than an hour.
Some of the stuff being shown off at Google I/O this year include App Engine, Android, Google+, Chrome, HTML5, Ajax, Maps and Data APIs and Google TV. Google told 9TO5Google that this year’s even will be “totally insane” which they interpreted as perhaps being the announcement of the much rumored HUD glasses.
To register for the event, you will need a Google+ and Google Wallet account. You can sign in at the registration page. The event will cost you $900 to attend, but you can get a discounted price of $300 if you’re student or faculty.
Before you hit up Google I/O this year, the search giant has started up a pre-I/O event. It tasks developers to take on their latest Chrome experiment. If you’re talented and lucky enough, your creation will be featured at the main event in June.
Other details including the events and travel can be perused at your leisure at the official site. It’s sure to be another great year at Google I/O so you better register before it’s too late.