UPDATE: All of you who have been waiting to register for the Google I/O 2016 – the time has come! The registration is now open and you can go online and register!
However, don’t panic since this year’s system isn’t “first come, first serve”, but it is rather a type of lottery and the luckiest ones will get a spot for this year’s great event!
UPDATE: The countdown has officially begun! Head to the official website for the event and let the excitement begin! Here you can check out how things are going when it comes to Google I/O 2016, what can you expect, and take a trip back in time to last year’s event!
Tell us, are you excited? Do you think that this will be a blast? And most important, are you applying? We are eager to see what you think, since this is one of the biggest events every year!
If you wondered what happened to this year’s Google I/O, TechieFront is here to give you the answer! If you were waiting for it, the wait is nearly over since the registration starts on 8th March!
The admission concept stays the same as it was before: Google will select from the applicants at random and the selected ones will receive and email with further details. But of course, nothing is for free! If you manage to get a spot, you will have to pay $900 general admission fee, and also $300 academic admission fee. Clearly, you will also need to cover your own transportation expenses. The applying period is from 8th March until 10th March. If you are among the lucky ones, you can book a spot for one person only, and if by any chance you change your mind, you have the right to ask for a refund until 29th April.
The conference will occur in San Francisco, at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, and it will last from 18th May until 20th May.
Sure, it is a great event to be a part of and to learn from. But isn’t it bit too much to pay? Share your thoughts with us!