Google, today, will start its Developer's Conference, I/O 2011, in San Francisco. The conference is Google’s way of bringing the developer community on one platform.
The search giant promises that this year’s conference would be the biggest ever so far. Sure enough, a brigade of over 5,000 participants from 60 countries does back those claims really well. The conference as mentioned earlier, aims to get the two most competitive developer platforms – Android and Chrome together and offer latest updates, preview some latest additions and have the Google engineers themselves share their insights and their vision with the horde of developers who would be there to participate and witness the event.
Also, this would be the first time that Google would live stream its keynote presentations; speaking of which, it’d be apt to add that the conference this year will have as many as 110 sessions, with around 261 speakers delivering keynote presentations.
Published Date: May 10, 2011 10:07 am | Updated Date: May 10, 2011 10:07 am