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Old 03-11-2011, 06:41 PM   #1
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LXer: Android Developer Challenge For Free Google I/O Tickets

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Reports have suggested that the Google I/O developer conference scheduled for May 10-11 in San Francisco sold out in just 59 minutes. Further reports have also suggest implied that some tickets have even surfaced on eBay for as much as $2000. A few lucky developers may still yet get the chance to attend though, but they'll need to show that they are worthy enough of a place in the Moscone Center this year. The 'Last Call for Google I/O' competition is a series of 10 developer challenges that will provide tickets to 100 winners.



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