More details to come next month, including registration info. In the meantime, you can check out highlights from last year at https://developers.google.com/events/io/.
Also, quick note for those who want to join in person: this year we’re making some changes to registration, so you won’t need to scramble the second registration opens. We'll be implementing a new system, where you can submit your interest to attend Google I/O 2014. Successful applicants will then be randomly selected and notified shortly thereafter. We’ll be following up with more details from +GoogleDevelopers, so stay tuned.
I've been using this for Gmail for a while now - it's easy to setup and use, and you'll be thankful it didn't happen to you the next time you see an email from your friend asking for money to be sent to Nigeria.
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- University of Michigan, Ann ArborCommunications, Psychology, 2000 - 2004
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