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Google shares I/O 2017 highlights video aimed at developers

23 May 2017 3

Google I/O 2017 event is over and we got to see tons of announcements related to different Google products and services including Assistant, Android O, Daydream, and Home among others. If you were not present at the venue or you simply want to relive some of the best moments of the annual event, Google has now shared I/O 2017 highlights video for same purposes.

The video is titled Google I/O 2017 Highlights but it should be noted that it is aimed at developers as the event is basically a developer's conference. It means if you are hoping to see some of those announcements or relive any of those moments from the keynote of the event, you will be disappointed. But if you are interested in seeing what is it like to be at Google I/O from a visitor's (especially developer) point of view, this video is a great way to be a part of that experience.

It starts off by showing developers getting rejoiced and all excited after getting the confirmation from Google that they are invited to I/O 2017. The video goes on to show developers visiting different boots to experience various demos, coding their own apps and tools, getting to meet Googlers, and also having fun with music artists performing live on the stage. You can check out the whole video below which is only about a minute long.


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Google shares I/O 2017 highlights video aimed at developers
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DahliaSachi

The I/O event is one annual event that brings out the best of Google. After all, it brings out everything from the developer's conference point of view.

PaigeHalston

Hey... I found this video really hillarious in one sense... It had "i" all over the video, which constantly reminded me of things like "i"Phone... LOL...

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