150 W San Carlos
San Jose, California

Google Developer Day is a chance for programmers around the world to meet Google’s developer product teams and learn something new – be it an introduction to GData or a deep dive into KML. It’s also an opportunity for us to listen to you and hear about what you’re doing today, what you’d like to do in the future and how we can help make that happen.

Official Website: http://www.google.com/events/developerday/details.html

Added by mlaaker on April 11, 2007



I'm attending the one in London, UK.

Can't wait!


From Google today:

Thanks for registering for Google Developer Day.

We wanted to let you know that due to the overwhelming number of registrations, we've moved the session portion of the day to the San Jose Convention Center. From 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., we'll be bringing ourselves and a little of the Google campus a few miles south. After the sessions wrap up at 6:00, everyone will head back up to the Google campus for food, music and general chilling out with other developers from around the United States and the world.

For everyone's convenience, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., Google will provide shuttle buses that will run continually between the Convention Center and the Google campus.

We'll be posting more information about the event in the next few days, so check back at http://code.google.com for the latest information.


IMPORTANT: They have closed registration for this event due to the overwhelming number of registrations they have received so far. Also, you needed to go to the event details site and have registered earlier. Simply marking the event on this site as one you plan to attend is not considered registering for the event. I know this because I just confirmed that I am not on the closed registration list even though I had signed up here some time ago. :-(


Bummer. I guess we'll all just have to sign up for the Singing GoogleGram that comes to us.