What is Google I/O?
Google I/O is an annual developer conference featuring highly technical, in-depth sessions, and showcasing the latest from Google’s product teams and partners. The 5,500 Google I/O attendees are primarily web, mobile, and enterprise developers building applications in the cloud with Google and open web technologies. Products and technologies featured at Google I/O include Android, Google+, Google Chrome, Google Glass, Google Apps, App Engine and other Google Cloud Platform products, Maps, Commerce, Google TV, and more.” says Google.


Google I/O will be held from May 15 – 17 at Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco this year. Registration for Google’s annual I/O conference will open on March 13, 2013 at 7:00 AM PDT (GMT-0700). The three day event is open to people 16 years old and over. Generally the registration fee is $900, but students and faculty can provide a proof of enrollment or employment at an academic institution to register themselves for a nominal fee of $300 only.

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If you are planning to attend it, then hurry up, as Google has already notified the limited availability of seats. You will need a Google+ account to get registered and a Google wallet account for payment. Make sure you have both the accounts before you try registering for the event. If you don’t have one, you can
Create a Google+ account here
Create a Google wallet account here

Once you have both your account set up, proceed to the Google I/O registration page for your registration.

You can always stay updated by either visiting Google I/O 2013 website or following the Google+ page.

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