May 10th, 2010 | Published in Google Open Source
Google I/O, Google’s largest annual developer conference, will take place on May 19-20 at Moscone West San Francisco, and nearly all of the tracks feature open sourced products -- Android, GWT, Chrome, Wave and Google APIs. We are very excited about the amount of content for open source developers this year.
Feel free to take a look at the full schedule that was recently announced. The event is completely sold out, but you can still catch the keynote presentations as they will be streamed live on the Google Developers YouTube Channel. You can also watch last year’s keynotes and session videos. Recordings from this year’s sessions will be posted on YouTube as well.
For those of you attending, Open Source Programs Manager Chris DiBona will be moderating a fireside chat with the Android team on Thursday, and he and members of the Open Source Programs Office will be present throughout the conference.
After many years of hard work from Googlers and the entire open source community, Chris DiBona is now ready to say, “Open Source is everywhere at Google I/O.”
Hope to see you there!