Following I/O in May, Google’s next big developer events in 2021 will be Dev Summits for Android and Chrome

The 2021 Android Dev Summit, which was last hosted in 2019, skipping last year, will take place on October 27-28. It starts with a 50-minute technical keynote (The Android Show) and is followed by two days of over 30 tech talks.

This year’s theme is Excellent apps, across devices, and you can learn about the development tools, APIs and technology to help you be more productive and create better apps that run across billions of devices, including tablets, wearables and more.

Both of the upcoming events will be virtual.

Meanwhile, Chrome Dev Summit 2021 will take place on Wednesday, November 3. The keynote and ask me anything (AMA) session with Chrome leaders will be available as a public livestream that starts at 9 a.m. PT and runs for two hours.

However, other aspects of the event involve requesting an invite. Google warns that “space is limited” for workshops, office hours, and learning lounges. The process starts by logging in with your Google Account here. While Android did not, Chrome did host an event last year.

You’ll also have the chance to chat live with Googlers and developers around the world, participate in workshops with industry experts, attend interactive learning lounges to consult with engineers in a group setting, and receive personalized support during one-on-one office hours.

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