This afternoon, Sundar Pichai who is in charge of Android, Chrome and Apps at Google, has announced the dates for the 2015 Google I/O. It's set for May 28th and 29th in San Francisco, at the Moscone West as it usually is. On May 28th we've got the nice long marathon Keynote from Sundar and other Googlers, then sessions the rest of the day on the 28th and 29th at Moscone West. Registration for Google I/O begins on March 17th, so just over a month away.
From Sundar's Google+ Post:
"Excited to announce that our official dates for Google I/O in San Francisco are May 28 & 29, 2015. Whether you're able to join us in person, online via I/O Live or at an I/O Extended event in your local community, we're looking forwarding to connecting with the global +Google Developers community to share what we're working on next."
Definitely exciting to see what Sundar and his teams and other teams at Google are working on. I'll be there in San Francisco this year for Google I/O and definitely can't wait to see what Google has in store for us this time around. Maybe some more Android One stuff? Another developer preview for the new version of Android they'll release in the fall? All kinds of goodies will likely be announced there, and shown off as well.
Last year we got Android L, Android Auto, Android Wear, Android TV and plenty of other goodies, so it's bound to be full of a ton of surprises. When we are talking about surprises, look at Google Cardboard. No one really expected that, nor really knew what to do with it for a bit. But it's basically VR made of Cardboard, which is pretty unique and cool at the same time.
How many developers are looking to go to Google I/O this year? Be sure to let us know in the comments down below.