March 14th, 2008 | Published in Google OpenSocial
Looking to kick off this summer with a bang? The Google Developer team recently announced a two-day gathering for developers keen on discovering a wide variety of products and tools that will help shape the web of tomorrow. This event, lovingly named Google I/O, will be held in San Francisco's Moscone Center May 28-29. You can find a detailed agenda, registration form, and list of sessions on the official event page.
To whet your appetite for all things OpenSocial, a number of related breakout sessions and code labs are planned covering everything from how to build your application to run in multiple OpenSocial containers to best practices for making your social app viral. Of course, there are plenty of other sessions, focusing on topics such as geo and mobile, all designed from the ground up to make you more productive using Google tools and introduce ideas to help you take your applications to the next level.
See you there!