FANFEST! Celebrate Two Years of Android with Big Texas BBQ!

Attention Android fans and developers!  Mark your calendars for October 3rd.  That’s the day we’ll all be celebrating two years of Android with a huge BBQ down in Austin, Texas!  Yeah, we know Android is about to celebrate its third anniversary in November, but most people only know of the platform dating back to the release of the G1 in October 2008.

So what’s the Big Texas Android BBQ all about?  It’s about Android enthusiasts, developers, and bloggers coming together in fun, geeky fellowship.  Tickets are only $25 to attend and include all-you-can-eat BBQ as well as an event t-shirt to commemorate the occasion.  Oh, there’s also prizes and semi-formal keynotes as well!  Be sure to hurry as ticket prices go up to $30 after August 15th.

Who is going to be at the event?  For starters, AndroidGuys will have a few staffers in attendance including myself and our own Ray Walters who will be manning the grill.  Other folks getting involved include our friends over at AndroidAndMe and TheDroidGuy.  Of course, none of this would really be possible without the tireless efforts of the guys at AndroidSwag.

Be sure to bookmark BigAndroidBBQ.com to keep up with the latest news as it pertains to the celebration!

We’ll see you in October!

OCTOBER 3, 2010 | Austin, Texas (Fiesta Gardens)

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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9 Comments

  1. Jef Cashless
    July 08, 19:58 Reply

    The site is pretty bare for now. I signed up but declined once it went directly to PayPal. I need more details before I'm will to pay $26 to some unknown source.

  2. wdfichtel
    July 09, 03:28 Reply

    How about a celebration up here in Cleveland?

  3. yohan
    July 09, 07:52 Reply

    wow, android is every where :)

  4. Madscientist
    July 09, 16:15 Reply

    imagine the Foursquare check-ins….
    I'll be there and I'll video as much as I can.

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