Android Podcasts at Google I/O?

by carnegie » Tue, 26 May 2009 07:28:28 GMT


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 Hello community

The Google I/O is right around the corner and as I am not able to
attend the conference (because I live abroad) I was wondering whether
there are options or plans about recording the sessions and putting
them on the web, like Google TechTalks? That would be a great benefit
for the whole community, especially the devs. I'd really appreciate
the effort!

Thanks a lot, have a nice day!

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Android Podcasts at Google I/O?

by Mark Murphy » Tue, 26 May 2009 08:08:19 GMT


 



"We will not be webcasting Google I/O live via the Internet. We will be
recording select sessions and making them available on the event website
and on YouTube after the event. Please check the website after June 1st
to view the recorded sessions."

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