Android developers, it’s time to start planning your trip out to California. Google announced that its annual developers conference Google I/O will be held May 28-29 at Moscone Center West in downtown San Francisco. Google’s Senior Vice President, Sundar Pichai, nonchalantly announced the dates on his Twitter feed:
Excited to announce dates for Google I/O in San Francisco on May 28-29, 2015. More details at https://t.co/9CdxQHxEiS— sundarpichai (@sundarpichai) February 10, 2015
Registration for the event beings March 17 at 9:00AM PDT and will remain open only for two days—until March 19 at 5:00PM PDT. Google says that there’s no need to worry, and that “there’s no rush” to submit your application. That may not be very comforting to hear, but the invitation process is by lottery so your speed in submitting has no bearing on whether you're chosen to attend or not. And if you don’t make it in, there’s always the webcasts.
Google also plopped an experiment on the Google I/O page. Click the equalizer icon to the right of the I/O registration page to record your own little tune with several different onscreen instruments. You can then loop them with one another to create your own neat little beat. You’ll need WebGL and Web Audio APIs enabled for it to work.
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