Google opened up registration for the Google I/O 2016 developer conference earlier this month and, just over a week later, is already starting to mail out invites. If you registered, you might want to check your email to see if you’ve been selected. This doesn’t mean you’re free to go just yet, in fact, it’s really just an invite to buy a ticket. Still good news for most folks, though.
Android Central spotted one email received by a user for the event. It reads: “Congrats! You’ve been selected to purchase a General Admission ticket for Google I/O’16. Google I/O is a festival for developers and technologists. During I/O, you’ll learn about our latest product innovations and dive deep into code, all while networking with your peers and Google engineers.” It really should be a great time for anyone interested in Android, particularly developers building apps for the platform.
Just make sure you’ve saved your pennies, this “General Admission” ticket is $900. Oof.