January 22nd, 2010 | Published in Google Android
Late last year, we held a series of developer labs to give you a chance to ask questions and play with some new hardware. One of the most common questions we received was, "When are you going to visit my city?" It's a good question, and we're pleased to answer it today.
The Android team is embarking on a world tour, which will include cities in Europe, North America, and Asia.
At each stop, we'll be delivering an update on the state of the Android platform—including a look at the latest Android hardware. It's a great opportunity to meet like-minded Android app developers, play with the latest Android devices, test your apps, and ask Android team members any questions you might have. You can find out more on the Android Developer Lab site.
Here's the line-up of Android Developer Lab locations for February and March 2010:
- Austin, Texas – Feb 4
- Seattle, Washington – Feb 8
- Waterloo, Ontario, Canada – Feb 8
- Washington, D.C. – Feb 9
- Mountain View, California – Feb 10
- Cambridge, Massachusetts – Feb 11
- New York, New York – Feb 12
- London, UK – Feb 2
- Paris, France – Feb 8
- Berlin, Germany – Feb 10
- Zurich, Switzerland – Feb 12
- Madrid, Spain – Feb 13
- Singapore – Feb 28
- Taipei, Taiwan – March 3
- Hong Kong – March 5
If you'd like to attend, you'll need to request a spot by February 1st. Space is limited, so please wait for an email to confirm that you have a spot in the lab.
While we're on the road, we're also going to stop by and speak at the following local Android user groups:
- Stockholm, Sweden – Feb 4
- London, UK – Feb 5
- Chicago, Illinois, USA – Feb 6
We're looking forward to meeting you in person!