Google IO 2016: Schedule is Live Now

Posted on Apr 24 2016 - 1:24pm by Devesh

The schedule for Google’s IO 2016 is now up on their IO site. People will now be able to view what Google has planned for the 2016 developer’s conference. This will also allow the public and attendees to see how the Google IO 2016 developer’s conference has been planned. Public and attendees also get to view how the sessions are posted.

Google IO 2016 will be held at Mountain View, Google’s home. The previous one was held at the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco. The Shoreline Amphitheater is where all the keynote and sessions are taking place. The Shoreline Amphitheater is an outdoor venue. It lies just opposite of Google’s campus. This year’s Google IO developer’s conference will be a full three (3) days. This is something that was done way back in 2013.

 

Google IO 2016

 

From the schedule, we see that there will be a lot of overlap. Google has set up multiple stages for the event. Various sessions will be hosted at the Shoreline Amphitheater. The keynote, most probably, will be on the main stage. Google would be setting up 10-12 stages separately. These should be enough for the breakout sessions. Google has intimated that there are more than 100+ technical talks. We expect that by the time of the actual event it would be in excess of 250.

Google has live-streamed events in the past. Most of the sessions from previous IO events were live-streamed. This was mainly done due to limited tickets. Another reason was that due to limited seats not many people could attend. Currently, there are only two event that are being listed for live streaming.

The events that are currently slated to be live-streamed are the keynote and the “What’s new in Android.” This is expected to change by the time of the Google IO event. You can also catch all these events on YouTube. These sessions are going to be hosted on YouTube after the Google IO 2016 developer’s conference.

This year’s Google IO 2016 developer’s conference has lots of Android related sessions. It looks as though Google is prepping something new or going deep. We hope that developers and attendees are able to this volume of Android. It certainly is more than what can be handled.

Some of the Google IO 2016 Android events are:

  • Android with Project Tango
  • Material improvements
  • What’s new in Android
  • Glide: Easy and efficient image loading for Android
  • Image compression for Android developers
  • Making Android sensors and location work for you
  • Android battery and memory optimizations
  • What the Fragment?
  • Android Auto for everyone
  • Android themes & styles demystified
  • Virtual reality (VR)
  • Google SDKs for Android

These are just a few of the sessions that we have outlined for our readers. You can check out the schedule in its entirety on the Google IO site. You should start to plan for the session that you are interested in. Look through the date and time of the sessions below and plan well in advance.

Don’t tell us that we didn’t tell you the Google IO 2016 Schedule in advance!!

 

Google IO 2016 Schedule: MAY 18

  • May 18 – 10 AM
    • Keynote – 2 hours / Amphitheatre
  • May 18 – 1 PM
    • 6 Degrees of Freedom Gaming in Android with Project Tango – 1 hour / Stage 4
    • Material improvements – 1 hour / Stage 7
    • One lap around the Google Cloud Platform – 1 hour / Stage 5
    • What’s new in Android – 1 hour / Amphitheatre
  • May 18 – 2 PM
    • DevTools on RAILs – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • Games: The Google advantage – 1 hour / Stage 5
    • Glide: Easy and efficient image loading for Android – 1 hour / Stage 7
    • Image compression for Android developers – 1 hour / Stage 4
    • The rules of the games: What app developers can learn from games – 1 hour / Stage 8
  • May 18 – 3 PM
    • How design sprints are flexing for success – 1 hour / Stage 6
    • Improve user acquisition campaigns with analytics – 1 hour / Stage 2
    • Just enough StackDriver to sleep well at night – 1 hour / Stage 8
    • Lean and fast: Putting your app on a diet – 1 hour / Stage 4
    • Making Android sensors and location work for you – 1 hour / Stage 3
    • Migrate to Firebase – 1 hour / Stage 7
    • Streaming media with ExoPlayer – 1 hour / Stage 9
    • Understand your Place in this world – 1 hour / Stage 5
  • May 18 – 4 PM
    • Building the Google IO Web App: Launching a Progressive Web App on Google.com – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • Introducing Project Tango Area Learning – 1 hour / Stage 1
    • Launch better and iterate faster on Google Play – 1 hour / Stage 5
  • May 18 – 5 PM
    • Accelerating your development career – 1 hour / Stage 3
    • Android battery and memory optimizations – 1 hour / Stage 2
    • How to build a smart RasPi Bot with Cloud Vision and Speech API – 1 hour / Stage 5
    • Mythbusting HTTPS: Squashing security’s urban legends – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • What the Fragment? – 1 hour / Stage 4
  • May 18 – 6 PM
    • Android Auto for everyone – 1 hour / Stage 2
    • Creating interactive multiplayer experiences with Firebase – 1 hour / Stage 6
    • Discover the expanded material design motion guidelines – 1 hour / Stage 5
    • Great libraries and tools for great Progressive Web Apps – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • Introducing Nearby: Physical proximity within and without apps – 1 hour / Stage 4
    • Make shinier, faster mobile games with Vulkan – 1 hour / Stage 3

 

Google IO 2016 Schedule: MAY 19

  • May 19 – 9 AM
    • Android themes & styles demystified – 1 hour / Stage 4
    • Chrome’s Developer Tools: Superpowers for web developers – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • Earn more revenue from the AdMob platform – 1 hour / Stage 6
    • Progressive Web Apps across all frameworks – 1 hour / Stage 2
    • The key to Firebase security – 1 hour / Stage 7
    • VR at Google – 1 hour / Amphitheatre
  • May 19 – 10 AM
    • Best practices in media playback – 1 hour / Stage 3
    • Building for billions on the web – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • Create a great user experience with native ads – 1 hour / Stage 6
    • Google Cloud Messaging performance factors – 1 hour / Stage 7
    • What’s new in Android development tools – 1 hour / Amphitheatre
  • May 19 – 11 AM
    • Cross-Platform coding without a net – 1 hour / Stage 4
    • Fast and resilient web apps: Tools and techniques for delivering great user experiences – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • Google Cloud Spin: Stopping time with the power of the Cloud – 1 hour / Stage 5
    • Google SDKs for Android: A tech deep dive – 1 hour / Stage 7
    • Project Tango Developer Panel – 1 hour / Stage 1
    • Scaling your data from concept to petabytes – 1 hour / Stage 8
  • May 19 – 1 PM
    • Advanced Espresso – 1 hour / Stage 3
    • Grow your app or game business in Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia – 1 hour / Stage 5
    • Search and the mobile content ecosystem – 1 hour / Amphitheatre
    • The experts’ guide to Android development tools – 1 hour / Stage 2
  • May 19 – 2 PM
    • App Indexing: Rules of engagement – 1 hour / Stage 7
    • How startups are succeeding on Google Play – 1 hour / Stage 5
    • Mobile app user acquisition and retention – 1 hour / Stage 2
    • VR & Cinema – 1 hour / Stage 1
  • May 19 – 3 PM
    • “I’m Just Trying to Survive”: Ethnographic research on notifications and attention management – 1 hour / Stage 8
    • Building for billions on Android – 1 hour / Stage 5
    • Building geo services that scale – 1 hour / Stage 6
    • Maximizing app conversions through great UX: Principles of mobile app design – 1 hour / Stage 4
    • Practical lessons from a year of building web components – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • What’s New with Project Tango – 1 hour / Stage 2
  • May 19 – 4 PM
    • Android NDK performance in an ART world – 1 hour / Stage 3
    • Building a Progressive Web App with Polymer – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • Designer & developer communication – 1 hour / Stage 4
    • Lightweight real world interactions with the Physical Web – 1 hour / Stage 1
    • Supercharging Firebase with Google Cloud Platform – 1 hour / Stage 7
  • May 19 – 5 PM
    • Android Platform Fireside Chat – 1 hour / Stage 2
    • Google.org: Accelerating innovation for people with disabilities – 1 hour / Stage 1
  • May 19 – 7 PM
    • Google Play Awards – 1 hour / Stage 7

 

Google IO 2016 Schedule: MAY 20

  • May 20 – 9 AM
    • Android application architecture: Get ready for the next billion! – 1 hour / Stage 4
    • Streamlining developer experiences with the Google Maps APIs – 1 hour / Stage 5
  • May 20 – 10 AM
    • Bringing seamless checkouts to the mobile web – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • From 0 to 60 with the Firebase Realtime Database – 1 hour / Stage 7
    • Mobile Vision API: Providing on-device vision for applications – 1 hour / Stage 9
    • Recipes for app development with Google’s mobile development tools – 1 hour / Stage 2
  • May 20 – 11 AM
    • Advanced Data Binding – 1 hour / Stage 6
    • Deep user engagement with web push notifications – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • Election 2016: The big data showdown – 1 hour / Stage 5
    • Inclusive design and testing: Making your app accessible – 1 hour / Stage 3
    • RecyclerView ins and outs – 1 hour / Stage 2
    • Zero to App: Develop with Firebase – 1 hour / Amphitheatre
  • May 20 – 1 PM
    • Fireside chat: Google in the real world – 1 hour / Stage 7
    • How AMP achieves its speed – 1 hour / Stage 2
    • Responsive design across platforms – 1 hour / Stage 5
    • The 2016 Web Development Workflow – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • The Evolution of ART – 1 hour / Stage 3
  • May 20 – 2 PM
    • Best practices for orchestrating the Cloud with Kubernetes – 1 hour / Stage 5
    • Bring your Android app to Android TV in minutes – 1 hour / Stage 1
    • Houdini: Demystifying the Future of CSS – 1 hour / Stage 10
    • Instant Loading: Building offline-first Progressive Web Apps – 1 hour / Stage 2
    • Progressive Web Apps on Firebase – 1 hour / Stage 7
    • Timing is everything: Neat animation tricks – 1 hour / Amphitheatre
    • Use analytics to build a brilliant app – 1 hour / Stage 4
  • May 20 – 3 PM
    • Android high-performance audio – 1 hour / Stage 3
    • Android in motion – 1 hour / Stage 4
    • Polymer and Progressive Web Apps: Building on the modern web – 1 hour / Amphitheatre
    • V8, modern JavaScript, and beyond – 1 hour / Stage 10
  • May 20 – 4 PM
    • Live coding: Make a virtual reality game – 1 hour / Stage 4

 

Google IO 2016: Your Opinion Always Matters

Now that you have been able to review Google’s I/O 2016 Schedule, what do you think? What sessions spark your interest? Are you attending this year’s Google’s I/O event? Or, will you attending this year’s Google’s I/O event via live stream? Whatever may be your method of attending, do let us know your comments, thoughts, ideas, and opinions in the comments section below.

 

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