Google I/O 2017 Agenda Page Updated with Scheduled Sessions

Google I/O 2017 Agenda Page Updated with Scheduled Sessions

A little more than a month ago Google started taking applications for those who wanted to attend their Google I/O developer conference this year. It took less than a week for the company to start sending out confirmation emails to the first batch of lucky applicants who were selected to attend the event. Tickets are currently priced at $1150 for general attendees, and $375 for students, but you can only go if you are selected and receive an email from Google.

Until now, we didn’t truly know what was going to be talked about at Google I/O 2017. We can assume there will be some talks about Android O, Android Wear 2.0 and possibly Android Auto. But there hadn’t been any formal announcement as to what will be talked about at the event in May. That changed yesterday when Google finally posted the first batch of sessions that are currently scheduled for Google I/O 2017. This takes place from May 17th through to May 19th, and Google has an Agenda website up for you to pick out the sessions you want to be part of.

The big draw here will be the keynote, which will likely be given by the CEO of Google Sundar Pichai again. And we’re told that this keynote address will be a full 2 hours long. Throughout the first day, talks will be given about Firebase, Google IoT platform, what is new in Android, the mobile web, the newest additions to Android’s accessibility features, and the latest changes to ads on the mobile platform. This is just a taste of what is going on as talks will continue all the way until 7PM that night.

On days 2 and 3, talks will begin at 8:30AM and will continue on until 6:30PM and 3:30PM respectively. This will include more sessions about Firebase, mobile ads, the mobile web,  accessibility, Google Assistant, Android and more. Google also reminds us that this schedule will be regularly updated until Google I/O 2017 takes place, so be sure to visit it regularly to see if any talks have been moved or added.

Source: Google I/O 2017

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