March 26th, 2008 | Published in Google Code
In case you haven't heard, we're holding our annual developer event, Google I/O, on May 28th-29th in San Francisco, CA. Our team is focused on helping people make better web applications, so this two-day gathering is all about how to do that.
For the Google Data enthusiasts, members of the team will be doing talks on extending Google Apps using APIs, the ins and outs of authentication, how to write client libraries for Google Data APIs, and how to bring YouTube onto your sites.
There will also be plenty of time for more casual discussion -- our engineers will be around at booths and after talks to answer questions and hear your thoughts.
Google I/O homepage -
Google I/O registration page -
Sign up early (or start bugging your bosses to send you to the conference). We hope to see you there!
For those of you can't make it to San Francisco, or are wondering what happened to Google Developer Day from last year, don't despair! We'll also be holding many Developer Days around the world (more info to come later).