Google I/O 2021 is happening, will be virtual with free attendance
The COVID-19 pandemic took away most in-person events in 2020, with Google canceling entirely its I/O developers conference. Thankfully, this year we’ll see Sundar Pichai on the scene, but it will be a virtual event. On the upside that means everyone will be able to attend.
The event will take place from May 18-20. Registration has now open and we’ve provided a link at the end of this article.
Google I/O 2021 will hold virtual keynotes and workshops focused on “company and product news”. You will have to register for instructor-led Q&A sessions and there will be AMA (Ask Me Anything) events with Google product experts. There will also be Meetups, where attendees can chat with each other in “facilitated forums”.
Everyone can sign in, and Google will ask about preferred topics, so the event can send you customized notifications once the event is right around the corner. There is also a puzzle with a punch card, and while there are guides on how to solve it, you can try it on your own for extra fun. While the main goal is to find the date for the Google I/O, the real prize is the fun along the way.
That be nice , 6 inch wireless charging .3500 battery
- 09 Apr 2021
Where is that link I was supposed to find at the end of post!?
- 09 Apr 2021
Vlad, people being gathered surely makes getting victims to bite easier for you there Dracula, but really my man, a deadly virus is about, people can't safely gather so let your food supply do online events safely ok?
- 08 Apr 2021