• Google Fiber Space Lounge

    1814 Westport Road, Kansas City, MO (map)

  • Are you not able to attend Google I/O this year but still want in on the keynote, meet with other cool developers, and like-minded techies? Join +GDG Kansas City and +Google Fiber for Google I/O 2016 Extended right here in Kansas City! Google's annual developer-focused conference, kicks off May 18th and we would like to invite you to watch the livestream of the opening keynote over lunch at the Fiber Space. Learn the newest and brightest from Google real-time, and meet with other like-minded people!
    Please register to attend:
    • Doors open at 10:30
    • Keynote livestream starts at 11
    • Lunch provided by Google Fiber
    • Codelabs & Tech talks with GDG Kansas City
    Goodies, giveaways, and swag will be throughout the event so make sure to stick around!
    What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
    Parking is limited and first come first serve at the Google Fiber Space - 1814 Westport Road. Street parking is available on nearby side streets (Bell St, Genessee St, Wyoming St) as well on Westport Road. We ask you do not park in the church lot to the East, adjacent lot to the Google Fiber parking space. Thanks!
    Will all sessions be streamed or just the keynote?
    We are streaming the keynote and have some fun tech talks and codelabs planned for attendees. Any sessions that are steamed will also be available to watch later on the Google Developers YouTube channel.
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