March 27, 2012 10:12am
The Google I/O conference is the annual developer conference for the Android, HTML5 and general Google-based community, and registration is now open. Though the general public is invited to attend, most of the sessions are geared towards building great apps, websites and HTML5-based applications on the Google platform. This year it is taking place from June 27th-29th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
This year, they are doing things a little bit differently by tying in your Google+ account to your registration. You’ll also need a Google Wallet account.
Initial reports say that the conference is already sold out, though, but you’ll need to keep trying just to be sure. It sold out within an hour last year.
Update: Google’s Vic Gundotra posted on Google+ that “Google I/O has officially sold out! It took just a bit over 20 minutes! (We were experiencing 6,250 qps load on our servers at 7:01am!) While we’re overwhelmed with the interest and enthusiasm around Google I/O, we know it can be very disappointing and frustrating when an event sells out this quickly.”
Check it out at Google I/O, and let us know if you’re going!