I/O is always a great couple of days, and after last year's jam-packed Android room they've doubled our capacity and given us space for 1,000 folks in the audience. As if that wasn't enough, we're also live streaming the Android (and Chrome) sessions for your viewing pleasure.
What Am I Presenting and How Can You Watch?
I'm presenting Android Protips: Advanced Topics for Expert Android Developers at 11:30am PDT in room 11 up on the top floor (next to the keynote room) for those of you lucky enough to be at I/O in person.
If you're not here, you can still watch my session live as it's going to be live streamed across the intertubes (Stay tuned: that page will update when I/O starts in a few short hours).
If you are planning to tune in, that's 7:30pm BST and an ungodly 4:30am on the East coast of Australia.
If you've got questions, and won't be in the audience, you can pose them (and vote for others) on the session's moderator page.
I'm also going to try live-tweeting my own presentation using an Android app I've been working on for presentations (more on that later).
Once I'm done, the recorded video and slides will be available on the Android Protips session page. I'll also post a link to the code snippets for your copy/paste pleasure.
If You Just Can't Get Enough (or You Want to Know How to Avoid Bumping in to Me)
I'm also co-hosting "Web Apps versus Native" on Wednesday afternoon with Michael Mahemoff. Should be a good way to wind down after a long couple of days. When I'm not on stage I'll be hanging out at the Android office hours, so be sure to stop by and say hi!