Registration for Google I/O Conference Closed; Event Sold Out

by Ostatic Staff - Mar. 04, 2010

Registration for this year's Google I/O Conference has scarcely been open two months and it's already sold out. Google announced today that it is formally closing registration for the event, slated to be held on May 19-20 at Moscone West in San Francisco.

Google representatives say this is the first time the event has sold out this quickly, and well over 4,000 people are expected to attend. The event brings more than 4,000 developers together for a two-day sprint through sessions about some of Google's most popular products and tools, including App Engine, Google Web Toolkit, Android, and Chrome.

Scheduled sessions include:

* Chrome OS architecture

* A beginner's guide to Android

* What's hot in Java for App Engine

 * Google Analytics APIs: End to end

* Google Wave and the enterprise environment

Visit the event's Web site for complete list of sessions, and check back often to check for updates. As expected, the  list of speakers is long and full of company-wide experts from Google's Open Web Advocate Chris Messina to Dan Peterson, Product Manager of Google Wave and President of the Open Social Foundation.