It is a special time in the Google World as the annual I/O Conference kicks off today, Wednesday June 27, 2012. I/O is the developer conference that Google hosts and the event takes place this year at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from June 27-29. Folks, that is three full days of sessions you can attend and learn about some of the latest Google has to offer to the online world.
People attending I/O 2012 will have the chance to experience 130 technical sessions, 20 code labs and be the beneficiary of 155 Sandbox partners. Click this link for a schedule of more than forty sessions concerning popular APIs, Android, Chrome and Google+. Since Google is well aware that not everyone that wanted to be a part of the 2012 I/O Conference will be able to attend, the aforementioned 40+ sessions will be streamed live with any other sessions being recorded to view later. You will have the opportunity to view those other videos on the Google Developers Live page and the official Google I/O 2012 page.
Here is the news that people not able to attend the conference and still want to experience the sessions have been waiting for – live online access to the event! Thanks to Google Technology User Groups and Student Ambassadors people online can be a part of free online viewing parties. Click the I/O Extended link to gain access to more than 350 I/O Extended events. People wishing to view events such as keynote addresses should plan on visiting the I/O Live page to view these live streams. The first keynote will be June 27 at 9:30am PDT while the second day’s keynote will occur on Thursday, June 28 at 10:00am PDT.
This will be a great event for everyone in attendance, but for those stuck at home or in the office Google has made it easy to stay connected with all the events of I/O 2012!