If you've signed up for the Google I/O ticket raffle, you should be receiving an email and a charge to your credit card for the cost of the ticket. Google began notifying users at around 10 AM PT and had selected winners at random from qualified applicants.
Google might be giving another batch of tickets later on if a few registered developers cancelled so there's still hope should you not have received an email Google's I/O begins on May 8th and will run through May 10th. The firm's venue of choice this year (and both years prior) is the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View.
The events schedule for I/O has already been released online for interested parties. The main events for non-developers, the keynotes, will be held on Tuesday, May 9th at 10 AM PT, and 12:45 AM PT, Google is expected to lay out its vision for Android, Chrome, and its other products for the next year. For developers, Google has scheduled other sessions on developing AR and VR, Android Instant Apps, and more.
Developers will also get sessions on building and/or improving their Android apps for Google's large screen Chromebooks, and developing for Android Wear, small markets both may be.
Finally, there will be sessions on the web, and we expect Google to share more of their progressive web app strategy as it comes closer to fruition.
Tickets for this year's Google I/O ran from $1,150 for general admission all the way to $375 for academic users.
Via Android Police