Google has announced that I/O 2023 will take place on Wednesday, May 10th.
There was no developer conference in 2020. In 2021, there was a live presentation in front of some staff on a small stage on campus. In 2022, Google returned to its usual concert venue and invited some developers to watch live keynotes as part of a one-day event.
This year, keynote speeches will be broadcast live and available upon request after the event. All sessions will be available for viewing at a convenient time.
I/O 2023 will be similar to last year’s conference with “limited audience and live streaming”. It all kicks off with CEO Sundar Pichai’s keynote address at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View. The keynote will be followed by a key developer presentation and then “over 100 tech sessions”.
One of the exciting things about the digital experience is the ability to reach a global audience. Content will be provided upon request and in different languages. Some translated content, such as subtitled videos, may be available shortly after the event.
Google will publish the program closer to I/O 2023. Registration for the conference began today and again it is free.
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