It’s 7AM PDT on March 13th, 2013, and that can only mean one thing: Google I/O registration has officially opened. In past years, tickets have sold out at a rapid rate, despite the high price tag associated with them. Last year’s batch sold out almost instantly. This year looks to be no different as developers from around the world will flock to the annual conference to be held in San Francisco.
What can those attending expect? Plenty of great panels and learning sessions on Android development and other Google products, nightly festivities, and of course a potential free device or two along the way (last year’s group took home a Nexus 7 and the ill-fated Nexus Q).
Registration is set at a whopping $900 for general attendees and a more manageable $300 for students. You will also need a Google+ account and Google Wallet to complete the process. The price is steep, but it hasn’t deterred attendance in the past. Act quick if you want to guarantee your spot!
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