If you’re the developer type, registration for Google’s annual developer conference starts tomorrow on April 15th and extends through April 18th. Registration was supposed to begin last week, but Google needed a little more time to prepare for this years’ registration process. Unlike the mad frenzy and rage inducing server crashes of the past, Google I/O registration is being handled a bit different this year. Instead of first come first serve, potential attendees can sign up over the course of a few days and then are randomly selected, getting their proverbial golden ticket.
Google I/O 2014 is scheduled for June 25th – 26th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Registration begins at 4 PM PT tomorrow. The regular price of an IO ticket will set you back $900. Those of the academic variety – students, faculty, and staff – you can get a ticket for much less, at $300. You’ll need a Google+ account and a valid credit card entered into Google Wallet.
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