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Google IO 2011 site goes live, registration starts Feb. 7 (updated)

Google's launched its Google IO 2011 site -- your one-stop shop for everything related to Google's annual developer's conference. Registration hasn't opened yet, so stay tuned for that. But attendee pricing was announced, $450 through April 16, $550 thereafter. Students and faculty can register for $150, and the optional Bootcamp session is an extra $100.

If you're an Android developer, IO is a must-attend event. Hard-core Android enthusiasts would have a blast, too. Hit up the site for all the other details, including session listings. Then check our our coverage from Google IO 2010. We'll see you there! [Google IO]

Update: Google's Vic Gundotra says registration will start Feb. 7.

  • Shit I would LOVE to go. Remember my boss mentioning something about IT related stuff the company would pay for the trip (I guess we'll find out now).
  • Hey PHil. IS everything that happens there streamlined where there's space for all attendies to attend all events?... Or do you have to register for events? And what is "Office Hours"?
  • Check the agenda page. I didn't actually get to any sessions last year. We're going to not make that mistake this year. :)
  • I hope we see the same scale of Android announcements like we saw last year. I really want to learn about Honeycomb and especially Ice Cream (Sandwich?)
  • Oh yea, I can't wait. Need to schedule time off work.
  • I wonder if they will send out their gifts beforehand again this year...Might be worth registering just to get the gift.
  • $450 gift? lmao . . . better be a good damn gift.... either way... I really want to go
  • You've never been to a Google event, have you?