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February 10, 2015

Google IO 2015 gets scheduled for May 28-29

by John_A



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Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O will return to San Francisco on May 28-29. As evidenced by the newly launched website, the two-day event will take place at the familiar Moscone Center West.

Google I/O is for developers—the creative coders who are building what’s next. Together we’ll explore the latest in tech, mobile & beyond.

Registration takes place between March 17 and 19 so there’s enough time for developers and interested attendees to sign up. Google will randomly select applicants from the pool; it matters little when you get online to sign up. Like last year, this should alleviate the strains of racing to register in the mad dash for first come, first served.

Given that the site has just shaken to life there’s no indication as to what developer tracks will take place nor do we know what sessions are on the agenda. We ought to expect those sort of things to surface in the final weeks leading up Google I/O.

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