Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Registration will open soon for our first Google Developer Day events

By Monica Tran, Developer Marketing Team

Wondering what to do with yourself while waiting for next year's Google I/O? Consider attending one of our Google Developer Day events, taking place in eight countries around the world September through November of 2011.

To learn more about Google Developer Day and get a preview of the sessions we’ll be running from Sao Paulo to Sydney and everywhere in between, visit our newly launched GDD 2011 website at http://www.google.com/events/developerday/2011. Please note that sessions are subject to change as we continue to bring you the latest from Android, Chrome/HTML5, Cloud, and more.

Registration for our Brazil and Argentina events will open next week, with our HTML5 Open Call for Google Developer Day still accepting submissions until 8/8. Got your heart set on another Google Developer Day event? Registration for Google Developer Day will be open on the following dates:

8/8 - 8/19: Sao Paulo, Brazil
8/8 - 8/19: Buenos Aires, Argentina
TBD: Moscow, Russia
9/1 - 9/21: Prague, Czech Republic
8/11-9/12: Tokyo, Japan
8/22 - 9/2: Sydney, Australia
9/1 - 9/14: Tel Aviv, Israel
9/15 - 9/19: Berlin, Germany

Please note that these dates are tentative and are subject to change.

Google Developer Day will come to eight cities around the world in 2011, bringing you the future in web and mobile technologies. These one-day events feature deep technical content on Google platforms and products from the teams that work on them. Join us for the latest developments in Android, Chrome, HTML5, App Engine, and more in a city near you. http://www.google.com/events/developerday/2011

In the past four years, Monica Tran has been around the world, working as a Product Marketing Manager in Mountain View, London, and Tokyo. After a good run on Google I/O, Monica is back to lead the charge on Google Developer Day, happening in 8 cities worldwide in 2011.

Posted by Scott Knaster, Editor


  1. Hi, how about Google Philippines Tour?

  2. Hi, Google should consider coming to India as well!

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  4. I am interested in hearing about the Google+ platform / api - with all the buzz (excuse the pun) about G+ it would be a shame not to talk about it!

    Also do we get a chance to mingle with Google Developers during the conference?


  5. Hi Monica, how can I reach you? I would like to talk to you about my own conference (http://mobxcon.org) and a possible colaboration or something ...

    Cheers from Berlin

  6. How can you miss the UK? :)

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  8. What about India guys???? Here also there are lots of users of Orkut, Google as well as Gmail.