Huge events are waiting for all the techies and tech enthusiasts around the world because Google I/O 2018 brings together developers from all over the globe for talks, and hands-on learning with Google experts, providing a first look at Google’s latest developer products.
The developer’s 2018 festival will be held from the 8th to the 10th of May at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA.
I/O will provide the platform to engage in technical talks given by engineers developing Google’s latest APIs and tools. There will be several slots and arenas to provide more insight. The Sandbox dedicates spaces to explore, learn, and play with Google’s latest products and platforms via interactive demos, and physical installations.
In Codelabs, you will get real-time experience in ready-to-code kiosks. Your inquiring mind will learn everything you need to learn about the latest and greatest Google technologies via self-paced tutorials, or you can just bring your own machine and take your work home with you. There will be Google staff to provide assistance and helpful advice.
Office Hours will provide you the chance to meet the Google experts. Hence a great opportunity to ask technical questions and get everything sorted, and App Reviews will give you the opportunity to receive advice and tips on your specific app-related projects.
There will also be after-sessions at the end of the day. Two evenings of food, drinks, and fun around Shoreline. The party will take over the Sandbox space on the first night, and on the second night, there will be an exclusive concert in the Amphitheatre.
The theme of this special event has covered a huge sphere as it provides you the platform to connect with billions of people worldwide. Google I/O has taken special care to connect with its billions of users and also trying to engage new users and grow meaningful monetization streams.
Google I/O will also take care to build infrastructure and provide services to take the users’ mobile apps to the next level. The company’s new vision of expanding onto new screens is also an integral part of the event’s discussion. Google I/O designed these themes in order to elevate the users’ experience and achieve the impossible.