Here’s a quick breakdown of what to know about Google I/O.
- Google I/O is an annual conference held by the company every year.
- This year it will take place from May 18 to May 20.
- The conference acts as a place for developers to meet up and see what Google is working on.
- There will also be workshops for developers, as well as a community lounge for developers to meet each other at.
- That includes its tech plans and other products it plans to release.
- The conference will kick off tomorrow at 12:40 p.m. Eastern Time with a pre-show event.
- Following this, the company’s keynote presentation will take place at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
- There will also be a developer keynote that same day at 3:15 p.m. Eastern Time.
- The first day is set to cover what’s new for Android, as well as for the company’s web platform.
- The second day will include machine learning, Flutter, and Firebase discussions.
- When the third day rolls around, there will be events for African developers, as well as female-focused events.
- Developers that are interested in the event can do so virtually this year.
- It’s also worth pointing out that the event is free this year, even for events that require reservations.
- Developers that do miss out on an event or workshop can find it on-demand afterward.
- Those looking to kill time can also play a Breakout clone on the website until the Google I/O event launches.
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