Today marked the start of the first Android Open 2011, taking place in San Francisco and hosted by O’Reilly’s Media. Touted as the first event to completely cover the entire Android ecosystem, it’s a two-day event that speaks to anyone and everyone involved on the business side of Android. Whether you are a new developer, seasoned software engineer, or belong to an OEM, you’ll want to pay attention to the stuff that happens here.
For those of you who could not attend the conference this year, you’ll be pleased to learn that you can keep an eye on things from afar. The Android Open has a live stream to help stay up to date with the keynotes, news, and other reports out of the San Francisco event.
You can hit the break to watch the live feed directly from AndroidGuys!