[Update: Registration Open] The 2019 Android Dev Summit starts October 23rd in Sunnyvale, California

[Update: Registration Open] The 2019 Android Dev Summit starts October 23rd in Sunnyvale, California

Update (7/16/19 @ 1:15 PM ET): Registration is now open for the 2019 Android Dev Summit.

Google I/O 2019 is scheduled to begin on May 7th and Google is expected to showcase a lot of the upcoming changes to Google products and services to developers and to the world. While I/O does contain elements of Android (with one of the key announcements being the launch of Developer Previews for the next version of Android), it forms just a part of the much larger event. Google usually hosts a separate Android-centric developer event later on in the year, often shortly after the public release and naming of the newest Android version.

This year’s Android Dev Summit has been announced for October 23rd and October 24th. The event will be held at the Google Event Center (MP7) in Sunnyvale, California. The event will consist of technical sessions and workshops with the Android engineering teams, hands-on experience with product demos, and the opportunity to interact with the people who have worked on Android and get questions answered regarding the new changes in Android.

If you can not attend the event in person, you can catch the livestream of the keynote and other sessions. Sessions are also recorded and made available for viewing after the event. Google also hosts viewing parties at off-site locations, so maybe you can also look to attend one of those in-person. And we hear there is also an after-party at the main event…

Registrations for Android Dev Summit 2019 are not yet live. Follow the @AndroidDev Twitter account for updates on the same.

Update: Registration Open

Google has opened up registration for the 2019 Android Dev Summit. Interested attendees can submit their applications here until August 15th at 5 PM PT. Confirmation emails with free tickets will be sent to the invited attendees by August 23rd. Those who do not attend can watch the livestreamed event.

Source: Google

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