Google opens up registration for its I/O developer conference

Nearly a month ago, Google revealed that its I/O 2020 developer conference will be held from May 12 through May 14 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA. Now, the company has opened up registration.

A general admission pass will run you $1,150, which isn't too bad since Microsoft charges more than double that for admission into its Build developer conference. That price includes all three days, and if it's not obvious, it doesn't cover travel or accommodations. There's also an Academic pass for $375, but in order to qualify for that, you'll need to be a student, professor, faculty, or staff at a high school or higher institution.

You've also only got five days to register. According to the site, sales for both passes end on February 25 at 5pm PT. Presumably, it will sell out before then.

If you're a developer and you're interested in what's next for Google, then I/O would be the place to find out. The company usually holds a keynote on day one where it discusses a lot of consumer-facing products, and then there are deeper dives throughout the event.

If you want to sign up, you can do so here.

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