Google I/O 2014: start planning your schedule

MAY 16, 2014
By Katie Miller, Google Developer Marketing

From making your apps as powerful as they can be to putting them in front of hundreds of millions of users, our focus at Google is to help you design, develop and distribute compelling experiences for your users. At Google I/O 2014, happening June 25-26 at Moscone West in San Francisco, we’re bringing you sessions and experiences ranging from design principles and techniques to the latest developer tools and implementations to developer-minded products and strategies to help distribute your app.

If you're coming in person, the schedule will give you more time to interact in the Sandbox, where partners will be on hand to demo apps built on the best of Google and open source, and where you can interact with Googlers 1:1 and in small groups. Don’t worry, though--we’ll have plenty of content online for those following along remotely! Visit the schedule on the Google I/O website (and check back often for updates). As you start your I/O planning, we want to highlight the experiences we’re working on to help you build and grow your apps:

We look forward to seeing you next month, whether it’s in-person in San Francisco, at I/O Extended or online through the livestream!

Katherine Miller is part of the Developer Marketing team, working on session programming for Google I/O and developer research efforts. In her spare time she runs (both competitively and after her 2 children) and memorizes passages from beloved children's books.

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