The tickets for Google's upcoming developer conference called I/O are now for sale to the public. They will go fast, so you may want to grab that credit card and start mashing away at the keyboard pronto. Public registration comes after a week of early registration, which was capped at 1500 tickets and ran out very fast. A total of about 5,500 tickets are said to be available, all expected to melt away very fast. So, what are you waiting for? Cough up the $450 and go, go, go!

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Update: Google's servers are currently crumbling under massive demand:

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Update #2: Google is aware. Keep trying, guys!

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Update #3: This better be a bug...

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Update #4: The whole thing sold out in 59 minutes, and we were never able to secure our ticket due to all the errors. Needless to say, I'm quite bummed right now. Being last year's sandbox presenter, I got an early registration, but was waiting on Google to issue press passes. They refused them for now, but it was already too late, and now we don't have a ticket at all. I am still hoping to sort this out, but it's not looking good.

Source: Google I/O