Google I/O is considered as one of the largest annual developer conference in the world. The focus of I/O 2011 will be all about the cloud, and feature the latest Google products and technologies including Android, Google Chrome, App Engine, Google Web Toolkit and Google APIs.
Developers from different companies will demo their apps, share their experiences and exchange ideas.
"There will be many opportunities to meet members of Google"s engineering teams and take deep dives into the technologies with more than 100 technical sessions, round tables and more," Google said in its blog.
The tickets for the Google I/O 2011 will be available with an Early Bird rate of $450 till Apr 16 and it will rise to $550 after Apr 16. Faculty and students can register at the discounted Academia rate of $150, which will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.