Google I/O developer conference is an annual festival for developers with technical talks, code labs and hands-on experiences at Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, California.This year’s developer festival will be held May 8-10 at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA.
The spring schedule of Google is an exciting yet unexpected event that nobody can predict what is coming our way. But Google I/O developer conference is dependable with a good mix of Google’s NON-pixel announcements of the year.
The Google Keynote
The Keynote summarize the three days event into a one and a half hour, making it easy to stay in the loop.
In Keynote Google reveals it’s new apps, devices or services with a live demonstration.The Keynote is on May 8th at 10 AM.
Android Fireside Chat
Keynote being the formal reveal for Google’s hot new stuff. The Android Firechat is an informal QnA session between Google’s developers, Android team and audience and live stream.
The chat can be funny, technical and interesting as it reveals some of the unknown facts about Android. Android firechat starts Thursday, May 10, at 3:30 PM.
The Developers’ Keynote
The Developers’ Keynote is a more overly technical discussion which is followed by general keynote. It will probably cover same consumer-focused keynote , that will be revealed earlier, but in a more technical words.
This year it’s staggered a bit behind it at 12:45 PM (after a series of Office Hour discussions and a lunch break, most likely).
Measuring Material Design
Google will talk about the unifying vision and principles of their update and the details about them along with the Android P developer preview.
Measuring Material Design session on Thursday, May 10th at 12:30PM.
What’s new with Android TV
Since Google added it’s first party Android TV apps to Play Store, Google can come up with “Whats new with Android TV” session,While some of it might verge on the technical, as the “what’s new” talks sometimes do, it should still provide some insight into changes in the platform, if Google has any planned.
The what’s new with Android TV session is set for Tuesday, May 8th at 3PM.
MORE INSIGHTS –
- What’s new in Android
- the future of the Android app model and distribution on Google Play
- AI Adventures: art, science, and tools of machine learning.
- after-hours concert
- the future of computing
- design, machine learning, and creativity.