- Oct 6, 2011
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Google I/O is one of the most popular technology events on earth. Every year Google opens up ticket sales and every year the site crashes with the ridiculous amounts of traffic. It has always been quite an experience acquiring tickets on a first come first serve basis.
This year Google switched things up a bit and held a ticket lottery. This made the whole thing pretty random, but in a way it made the ticket buying experience a bit more fair. That being said you may be one of the ones that has made this a yearly thing for yourself, but were not able to obtain any tickets.
You still have a chance at going with Google's Android Experiments program. The program challenges developers to submit their code for a chance at winning a free trip to Google I/O. They will also be giving away Nexus 6P devices to 5 runner ups. Head to the link below to submit your ideas and code.