Quick reminder for Google I/O 2012 registration: it’s day after


Friendly reminder (primarily because I forgot about this): Google I/O registration is day after, starting 7 AM PDT on the 27th of March

Come 27 June 2012, and some 5,500 lucky people are going to be at the Moscone Center in San Francisco as Google shows off their latest and greatest work. Although it really is all about the developers, everyone is excited to see what would be unveiled.

If you want to be inside the Moscone Center, in the thick of all the action, you gotta be quick: tickets always sell out in a really short span of time. And even though Google’s increased the cost substantially to $900 per person ($300 for students or academicians) I really suggest you’re on the site ready to pay up right at the start.

Raveesh Bhalla

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  1. Thanks for the reminder. 

    Just to be clear, it’s 7am PDT.

    Um, I mean 9:45 am PDT on the 29th.

    1. Thanks for the heads up

  2. GOD DANG!!! When did the price go to $900?

  3. It’ll be interesting to see if the tickets sell out anywhere near as fast this year.  The tickets went up $800 from the old price for most people.

    1. well thats just not true. 

      1. Hmm, you’re right.  I had recently read tickets used to be $100.  Looks like they were $450.  My bad.

  4. I would go just for the gadgets you get there, but seeing as I am no developer myself…I would feel bad about taking someones place.
    Also, I don’t think it’s worth flying to America just for this….

    Any plans Phandroid to turn the received gadgets into prizes for a phandroid-contest?
    If I remember correctly, you did this last year right?

  5. A while back I heard that there was going to be a coding requirement for entry. I haven’t seen that since. Can anyone who buys a ticket go?

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