If you want to see the world’s latest web, mobile and social breakthroughs, purchase your tickets now for Google’s annual developer event, I/O (input/output) 2012. Nearly 6,000 attendees are expected.
Who should go?
Google recommends web, mobile, and enterprise developers building applications in the cloud with Google and open web technologies should attend the event at San Francisco’s Moscone Center from June 27th through 29th, 2012.
Google will be streaming keynote sessions, and recording all the sessions which will be made available online. You can get details on the event, and the session recordings on the Google Developers Google+ page.
Ticket prices are a bit steep, $900 for general attendees and $300 for students and faculty. The hefty price tag may be worth it if you want to see and and hear about the tech giants latest innovations first. Google is expected to reveal what it has in store for Android, Google + and more, including Google Chrome, HTML5, AJAX, Maps and Data APIs and Google TV.
Google is only letting folks register if they have a Google + account and must pay through Google Wallet.
According to Google’s website, if you can’t make the event, watch it online. Tune back into the I/O site at showtime for exclusive backstage interviews, talks with attendees, and a first-look at the coolest demos.