Google Outs More I/O 2017 Details To Help With Scheduling

Google has released more details on their upcoming I/O developer conference to help with scheduling, so if you're going to be an attendee there are now more talks posted up to the Google I/O 2017 website to make it easier to start planning around all of the different things that will be going on during the event. This also doesn't have to be limited to just those that will be attending the event in person as Google will be livestreaming many of the different sessions over the course of the three-day affair, which means that you can also plan around what you'll be doing in your day to day so you can block out some time for the sessions you really want to watch the live streams for.

There will be more than 150 livestreamed sessions which is a lot to go through and it's not likely that many people will be able to watch them all, but with so many that will be available those who can't make it to I/O in person won't have to miss out any exciting stuff or things that might be important for their future development efforts. Like in past years Google is starting the event at 10AM on the first day which is May 17th, and this is when the Keynote takes place.

Many of the sessions are already showing in the schedule section of the I/O website, but Google also mentions they have more that they have yet to post, so they're encouraging anyone that's interested to frequently check back to see what else they have in store. Google hasn't detailed when they plan to add more sessions to the schedule or what they'll be focusing on, so people really will need to check the site periodically if they want all of the information and details that are still forthcoming. Google I/O is always a very packed event and there are thousands of people who attend every single year. To help make things easier on those who will be at the event in person, Google is letting attendees reserve seats this year for sessions and they'll be allowing this for a wide range of the sessions, and reservations can be made before the event even begins. They do note though that each sessions will also have first come first serve seats so even those that don't make reservations should still be able to get in.

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