Google I/O 2011

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Google I/O, Google’s largest annual developer conference, will take place May 10-11 in San Francisco at the Moscone West Convention Center. Many of the tracks will feature open source products: Android, Google Web Toolkit, Google Chrome, and several Google APIs.

Open Source Program Manager Chris DiBona will be hosting a Fireside chat with the Android team on Tuesday, May 10th from 2:30-3:30pm. Earlier that day, Open Source Team Member Josh Bloch will be presenting “Java Puzzlers - Scraping the Bottom of the Barrel” from 1:15-2:15pm. Check the recently announced Google I/O full schedule for more detailed information on this year’s sessions.

The event is completely sold out, but you can watch live streaming video of both keynote presentations on the Internet. New this year is Google I/O Extended, which gives developers who are unable to attend Google I/O the opportunity to watch the keynote and other major sessions live with their peers at free viewing parties around the world. For more Google I/O updates, check @googleio.

By Stephanie Taylor, Open Source Programs