The 2014 Google I/O conference will be held from June 25 – 26 at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco.
This year Google is making some changes to this year's registration process
. The window to submit a registration application will open today (April 15th) and stay open until April 18th. Google will randomly select applicants after the window closes on the 18th and notify them the following week via email. Qualified registration applicants will be selected at random for ticket assignments. The order in which registration applications are received has no bearing on the final outcome. The cost is $900 and $300 for academic registration.
Even if you don’t get a ticket to Google I/O, you can watch live streams of the keynotes and many other sessions via I/O Live on the event website. You can also be part of Google I/O by attending an I/O Extended event that may be held in your area. If you can't watch live, you can see YouTube recordings of all sessions after the conference.
Registration for Google I/O includes two full days of sessions, product demos, admission to the After Hours reception, and attendance at the keynote. Google also provides complimentary breakfast, lunch, and snacks each day along with food and drinks at After Hours. In addition, attendees receive a conference badge and t-shirt and may be offered additional gifts. The food and gifts are optional, so it may be possible to attend Google I/O even if you cannot accept any giveaways.
Hands-on Coding - Build, test, and deploy a new app with the help of Googlers.
Google I/O Sandbox
Sandbox - Explore and play with interactive experiences built with Google technologies.
Google I/O Sandbox
Office Hours - Get one-on-one feedback from engineers, developers and marketers.
Google I/O Keynote
Keynote - Find out about the latest product and platform innovations at Google.
Google I/O Sessions - Hear from industry leaders on the latest technologies and innovative cross-product solutions.
Google I/O After Hours - Unwind with live performances and drinks after dark.
To stay up to date on the latest information on sessions, speakers, and activities, be sure to visit the Google I/O 2014 website, as well as follow the Google+ page
and Google Developers Blog
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