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Google I/O 2016 registration now open

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Reminder – if you’re planning to attend Google I/O 2016, or want to at least get your name in the hat with the chance to attend, the registration is now open. It’s technically a lottery system, however, so you’re not guaranteed a spot even if you do end up registering today.

Registration runs for the next two days, through Thursday, March 10 and, if you are eventually selected to attend, you’ll need to cough up about $900. That’s money well spent if you’re an Android developer or a Google partner┬ásince you’ll get first-hand knowledge on the next iteration of Android – Android N or whatever Google ends up calling it – and likely news on Chrome OS. Plus, there’s typically some nice swag for attendees.

Interested in attending Google I/O 2016? Just follow the source below, fill out the form and, we hope, you’re selected to attend. Oh, right, and it runs May 18 – 20, so cancel that spring break to Bermuda, pal.

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Todd Haselton

Todd Haselton has been writing professionally since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with...

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