Google IO calendar filling up with Android developer sessions

Google IO calendar filling up with Android developer sessions

With around six weeks to go before Google IO 2012 kicks off it would make sense to let registered developers know what to look forward to.  Such is the case now as Google has listed a bunch of developer sessions and fireside chats on the IO Sessions page.  As of right now there are 20 Android-related events to attend, spread across all three days of the conference.  Classes range from monetizing and marketing apps to creating a smooth, buttery experience and .

It doesn’t appear like there’s much room to add other sessions at this point however that’s not to say things can’t or won’t change.  If you’re one of the 5,500+ developers heading to San Francisco next month then we recommend keeping a watchful eye on the Google IO page over the coming weeks!

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  1. Guest
    May 17, 10:51 Reply

    Yeah…still pissed about the whole registration thing.  What a joke that was…you think they’d get their act together this year, guess I was wrong.

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