Google I/O developer conference dates have been released, and the event will take place entirely online and for free.
The annual Google I/O conference is a showcase for the company’s most recent Android OS updates as well as some of the new ideas and software that is frequently released for iOS. The Google I/O in 2022 will be held on May 11 and 12, with a “restricted live audience,” but it will be webcast online for everyone to see. If it’s simply Google workers and partners, what does the term “restricted live audience” mean in this context?
Coronavirus forced Google I/O to be cancelled in 2020 and virtual in 2021.
For years, Google I/O has brought together engineers from across the globe in Mountainview, California for keynotes and hands-on workshops. Every year, there was a lot of hype surrounding the event, and Google made every effort to keep the keynote interesting.
Developers had to pay to attend the conference in person, even though sessions and the major keynote were webcast or published online for free access. This year’s Google I/O conference will be free to attend since it is entirely online.
Similar to prior years, viewers are presented with a challenge.
Events and presentations are still increasingly being held in digital format. Although digital events like Apple’s have been well received, it’s not obvious that they’ll go back to physical ones anytime soon.