Here's a quick reminder that if you want to register for a ticket to the Google I/O 2015 developer conference, you'll be able to do so from this Tuesday, March 17. I/O 2015 registration kicks off at 9 a.m. PDT on Tuesday, and runs through until 5 p.m. PDT this Thursday, March 19. As before, Google says this year's successful applicants will be selected at random from the pot of registrations, so whatever time you register you'll have the same chance of getting in.

Applicants will be selected at random, and you'll still need to pay for a ticket.

If you are successful, you'll still need to purchase a ticket and travel to the Moscone Center in San Francisco, where the conference will be held. There's no word on ticket costs yet, but last year's prices were $300 for academic admission, or $900 for general admission.

Google I/O 2015 comes a month earlier in the year than I/O 2014. That event gave us our first look at Lollipop (then introduced as "Android L") and Material Design, along with the first "L" developer preview. Will we get a similar sneak peek at the next major version of Android this year? Who knows, but Google's Dave Burke did hint at such a possibility during the last Android Fireside Chat.

Good luck to everyone hoping for an I/O ticket tomorrow! We'll be there to bring you live coverage of everything Android.

Source: Google