It’s official: Google I/O 2015 dates have now been revealed. According to Google’s Sundar Pichai, the event will kick off this year on May 28th, to May 29th at the usual Moscone Center in San Francisco as previous years. The big news here? Registration opens up on March 17th at 9AM (PDT), so mark you calendars.
For those that can’t make the trek to San Francisco, you can watch the entire event online via I/O Live (live stream) or even attend one of Google’s I/O Extended events which are spread out in different areas around the world. It’s crazy to think Lollipop — or Android L, rather — was unveiled nearly a year ago at last year’s event.
Event schedule will be updated on Google’s I/O 2015 page here and if you’re curious to see how it all went down last year, you can watch a recap of Google I/O 2014 down below. Oh, and you have to check out Google’s latest Chrome experiment (available here) which allows you to create your own music track using WebGL, Web Audio, and gorgeous Material design. We can’t wait to see what this year brings.