Google has announced that tickets for its developers conference, Google I/O, will go on sale April 8th until April 10th, at which time the company will complete a random allocation.
Unlike previous years past, will be issuing tickets randomly to potential conference-goers, eliminating the typical server-crashing rush to be first.
Users who register for I/O between April 8th and 10th will be randomly selected to attend, with tickets running $900 for general admission and $300 for academics. If, for whatever reason, youÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re selected but choose to decline, the ticket will be offered to someone else.
Those who donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t attend can follow the two-day conference, which takes place on June 25th and 26th in San Francisco, from the various livestreams atÃ‚Â GoogleÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s I/O portal.[signoff predefined=”Enjoy this?” icon=”icon-users”][/signoff]
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