Monday, May 09, 2011

Google I/O: Countdown to the keynote kickoff


By Vic Gundotra, Senior Vice President of Engineering

Cross-posted on the Official Google Blog.

In less than 24 hours, we’ll be kicking off Google I/O 2011, our annual developer conference here in San Francisco. With more than 5,000 participants from 60 countries, including 110 sessions, 261 speakers and 152 Sandbox partners, this year’s I/O will be the biggest one yet.

This year’s keynote presentations will highlight the biggest opportunities for developers and feature two of our most popular and important developer platforms: Android and Chrome. Google engineers from Andy Rubin and Sundar Pichai’s teams will unveil new features, preview upcoming updates, and provide new insights into the growing momentum behind these platforms.

Plus, for the first time in Google I/O history, you’ll be able to join us throughout the two days at I/O Live. We’ll live stream the two keynote presentations, two full days of Android and Chrome technical sessions, and the After Hours party. Recorded videos from all sessions across eight product tracks will be available within 24 hours after the conference. Whether you’ll be joining us in San Francisco or from the farthest corner of the world, bookmark www.google.com/io and check back on May 10 at 9:00 a.m. PDT for a fun treat as we count down to 00:00:00:00.

From left to right: Andy Rubin, Vic Gundotra, Sundar Pichai

If you’re attending the conference this year, we can’t wait to meet with you and share our vision for the future of web and mobile development. If you aren’t able to make it this year, you can continue to follow us on the Google Code Blog and on Twitter (#io2011) over the next two days as we share photos, videos, news, and recaps of the event. It’s going to be an exciting 48 hours!


Vic Gundotra is Senior Vice President of Engineering and oversees Google's developer efforts, including Google I/O.

Posted by Scott Knaster, Editor

3 comments:

  1. gonna be exciting. Expecting really cool features on both Android and Chrome. Let Vic do keynote presentation.

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  2. They promised a load of crap last year more than half of which hasn't materialized a year down the road - big fail!

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