Developers are hot on working with Google platforms this year, as evidenced by the demand for tickets to Google I/O 2011. The tech giant’s fourth annual developer conference sold out in 59 minutes when passes went on sale February 7.
If you’re kicking yourself for waiting an hour or more to buy one of the $450 tickets, now’s your chance to redeem yourself. We’re giving away three free passes to the event, which will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from May 10 to 11.
The conference will host highly-technical sessions focused on Google and open web technologies, including Android and Google Chrome. Google representatives from across these platforms will present 80 beginner, intermediate and advanced sessions. More than 100 new technologies will be showcased by developers.
Want to be one of the expected 5,500 in attendance? Try your luck on Mashable.
How To Enter the Contest:
- Tweet your favorite Google product with the hashtag #io2011 and a link to this post, OR
- Submit your favorite Google product in the comments below and like this post on Facebook
Submit your answer by Wednesday, May 4, at 12 p.m. PT. Please use your real identity in the submission so that we may contact you via email, Twitter or Facebook to let you know you’ve won. Each winner will receive one ticket. Hotel and airfare are not included. This contest is limited to U.S. residents 18 and older.
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