Google’s I/O Developer Conference kicks off in just a few minutes in San Francisco. If you weren’t one of the lucky ones to score a ticket in (the event sold out in just 59 minutes) that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the fun. Google will be live streaming the keynotes here both today and tomorrow at 9am PST, as well as providing tons of other live content including livestream video feeds from the two largest session rooms from 9am-6pm PST, and captions from livestreamed sessions in real-time (with language support provided by Google Translate). If you’re a developer you can also submit your questions on the site to Sandbox developers, with developers posting answers to the questions that receive the most votes on the site.
Our own Noah Kravitz is at Google I/O. We’ve posted some of his pictures from the keynote below, and we’ll have his thoughts on the event today (or you can check them out live @noahkravitz).
Be sure to check out all out all our Google I/O coverage here!
Are any of you going to catch the keynotes live? What are you hoping to see?