Tickets are now on sale for Google’s annual developer event, I/O 2012. The big bash includes livestreamed keynote sessions at which Google is expected to reveal what it has up its sleeve for Android, Google+, and more.
The site reads: “Learn the tech world’s latest web, mobile and social breakthroughs and meet the developers who are turning them into tomorrow’s startups. Keep yourself and your team driving innovation at Google I/O, which returns to San Francisco’s Moscone Center from June 27th – 29th, 2012.”
The ticket is a pricy $900 for general attendees and $300 for students and faculty. But the prestige of the bash is worth the price. And to make sure you’re a devout Google-ite, Google is only letting people register if they have a Google+ account and can pay through Google Wallet.
Keynote sessions will be livestreamed with Google offices and tech hubs hosting viewing parties. Google’s yearly gathering also includes Developer Sessions, Code Labs, Developer Hangouts, and, like any esteemed techie meetup, After Hours partying.
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