Google I / O is scheduled for May 18 and will be a virtual event that anyone can attend. Last year, Google canceled the event due to pandemic-related blockades that canceled large gatherings, and while some of the events were moved online, Google did not do the same. This year, however, the search giant has confirmed that Google I / O will definitely take place and be open to anyone who signs up for it. The search giant also announced that registrations are free.
Google shared that Google I / O, the annual developer conference, will start from May 18 and will run until May 20. The virtual conference will allow people to connect with developers and also to look at the latest products first. I / O Adventure will feature key notes for users and developers, technical sessions and interactive sandboxes. Google will share the full schedule later this month.
While signing up for Google I / O, developers will also be able to book Workshop and Ask Me Anything Sessions (AMA) sessions. These sessions will be broadcast live and will be available in multiple time zones. Clients will also be able to chat in I / O Adventure and have access to live Q&A during sessions.
Earlier, Google shared a puzzle for those interested, with the goal of finding the date for Google I / O. The puzzle was live before the actual dates were revealed so that developers could solve it to find the date.
To I register for Google I / O, click the Sign up button on the event page and sign in with your Google Account. You will then be asked to enter information such as your name, country of residence, gender, race and age, some of which are optional. Google says this is needed to improve content for I / O presentations and events. This will allow Google to develop I / O presentations and events that are of interest to the audience. After entering some more details such as company, position and agreement to the terms and conditions, you will be asked to select your topics of interest, after which you must register.
Google hosts its Google I / O conference annually, but last year, due to the outbreak of COVID-19, it canceled the conference after considering moving to a virtual format.
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