Few weeks ago, Google launched a lucky contest campaign for its upcoming event Google I/O 2016 conference. If you didn’t get that chance, then here is what you need to do. But, keep in mind that it is only for the developers. The search engine giant has launched another campaign through which a developer can win chance to attend Google I/O 2016 scheduled for 18 to 20 May 2016. You can check schedule of Google I/O 2016.
Create an Android experiment and win Google I/O 2016 Ticket
All you have to do is just create an Android experiment and send it to Google I/O 2016. If Google likes you experiment, you could win ticket plus travel expenses of $5,000.
Only three lucky winners will get the chance to attend that Conference. Also, five lucky winners will receive Google’s latest smartphone known as Nexus 6P.
It is officially said by Google that the contest is open for everyone, anywhere except in Quebec, Crimea, Cuba, Iran, Syria, North Korea, Sudan and where prohibited by law.”
What Kind Of Experiment Google May Ask?
Basically, a developer need to create anything that can solve fixes, makes things faster and better or something like this. When the Experiments site launched last year, Google said that “Explore how we interact with our devices, in small and big ways.” Here are some suggestions that we recommend to you:
- Projects that can solve issues of users
- Projects [open source] which can inspire others for adding their inventions.
- Projects that can interact with smartphones or other gadgets in small and big ways.
How to Submit Experiment to Google I/O 2016
Once you are done with your experiment, you need to submit you project to Google I/O 2016 with its title and description and complete list of all technologies you have used. Along with this list, you need to submit a link to an open source GitHub repo with a Play Store link. Make sure that your project is compatible with Android 4.4 or above operating system.
Last date of submitting: You have to submit your project until 13th April 2016 at 9:59:59 am [Pacific Time].