Google I/O Extended Zadar, Croatia
05 Apr 2017

Google I/O Extended Zadar, Croatia


05 Apr 2017

“We are excited to host the very first time in Croatia the Google I/O Extended event here in Zadar, in the Arsenal Zadar.”

Google I/O Extended Zadar

Google I/O is an annual developer conference held by Google in San Francisco, California. I/O showcases technical in-depth sessions focused on building the web, mobile, and enterprise applications with Google and open sources libraries such as Android, Chrome and Chrome OS, APIs, Google Web Toolkit, App Engine, and more.

Google I/O Extended Zadar brings the developer communities together to experience the Live Streaming of I/O Keynote and Sessions with one another in real-time, around the world. Beside Live Streaming, it will feature a 24h Hackathon, local Demos, Code labs, Speakers. 

We will update the program regularly

17.05.2017. – The first day of Google I/O Extended Zadar will open at 14:00h with Welcome Talks & Icebreakers. Participants of the Hackathon and Codelabs program can register on that day! Streaming Sessions and local Demos will be held and a chilling evening lounge with give you the perfect environment to connect with the community!
18.05.2017. – The second day of the I/O event will be featuring exciting program: invited Speakers, Demos, Codelab programs, the 24 Hours Hackathon and of course the Google Live Streaming “Keynote”. We will celebrate the night with an outstanding Liveband and DJ Party.
19.05.2017. – We will have a Tombola Drawing and immediately after we will present the results of 24h Hackathon. The jury will review the products and we are closing our event with the Winners Announcement of the 24 Hours Google I/O Extended Hackathon in the Arsenal in Zadar.

More details about the event, ticket sale and program updates:

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Ticket Sale:–4136

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