Get ready for Google I/O 2015

Google I/O is almost here! Google officially kick-off live from the Moscone Center in San Francisco at 9:30AM PDT this Thursday, May 28th. While they’re putting the finishing touches on the keynote, sessions, sandbox talks, and code labs, they have wanted to provide you with some tips to get ready to experience I/O, either in-person or offsite.

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Navigate the conference with the Web & Android apps

To get the most out of Google I/O, make sure to download the I/O Android App and/or add the I/O web app to your mobile home screen (both work offline!). From either, you can plan your schedule, view the venue map, and keep up with the latest I/O details. Google just updated the website this morning, optimizing it for real-time content, as well as the Android app on Google Play – make sure to download the latest version (3.3.2) before the conference starts.

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Attending remotely?

Can’t join Google in person? Don’t worry, they’ve got you covered! Whether you’re looking to to experience I/O with other devs in your neighborhood, or if you’ll be streaming it live from your couch, here are some ways you can connect with I/O in real-time:

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  • I/O Extended: There’s still time to find an I/O Extended event happening near you. Google have 460+ events happening in 91+ countries, so your chances of finding one near you are pretty good. These events are organized by Google Developer Groups, Student Ambassadors, and local developers, and include activities such as code labs, hackathons and more.
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  • I/O Live: Tune into I/O Live on the web at google.com/io or via the I/O Android app. Google will live stream the keynote and all sessions over the course of the event. During breaks, you can watch live interviews happening right from Moscone and educational pre-recorded content. If you want to bring the live stream and/or the #io15 conversation to your audience, simply customize Google I/O Live widget and embed it on your site or blog.
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  • #io15request: Send them your questions about what’s happening at I/O and a team of onsite Googlers will do their best to track down an answer for you. To submit a request, just make a public post on Google+ or Twitter with the #io15request hashtag. Google only be replying to requests made on May 28-29, in English, French or German. Learn more.
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  • I/O in photos: Be sure to check out photo stream during the event. Google will upload photos in real time, live from Mocone.

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Google is looking forward to seeing you in person or remotely on Thursday and Friday. Don’t forget to join the social conversation at #io15!

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