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The final results are listed below. If you've won, you will be contacted in the near future. Congratulations!
- Andy Tu
- Damir Sabirov
- Colby Simpson
- Denis Sobolev
- Yudhistira Erlandinata
Google I/O attracts thousands of developers from around the world to San Francisco, California for a few days each year. Combined with the already dense population of tech companies, it's an opportunity to hold parties and events to build relationships with developers. This year, LG is returning with its 3rd Annual Developer Event At Google I/O entitled "Stay Ahead of the Curve." There will be a keynote and introductions to LG's latest Android products and SDKs, technical sessions, and a fireside chat with AT&T Mobility's Anthony Fabbricino. There might even be some extra surprises for attendees.
The event will take place on May 27th (the night before Google I/O), from 6pm to 9pm at the W Hotel in San Francisco. Mario Tapia is set to emcee, along with speakers from LG's developer program. The evening will close with a fireside chat with Anthony Fabbricino from AT&T Mobility and a Q&A session. Topics will focus on Android SDKs for the latest devices like the LG G4 and G Flex 2, plus more far-reaching subjects like virtual reality. There are additional details in the official press release.
Unlike many of the parties going on that night, you do not have to be registered for Google I/O to attend LG's developer event. Naturally, there will be food and beverages, and rumor has it that LG might be giving away something special to attendees. <wink>
If you're interested in buying a ticket, they're available through Eventbrite for just $50. However, LG and Android Police might be able to save you a few bucks. We're giving away five codes to get in the door absolutely free.
This contest is open to everyone regardless of where you're coming from, but you must actually intend to go to LG's developer event. The prize does not include travel expenses, hotel, or any other costs that may be related to attending – this is just for the ticket. In other words, you should either live in or near San Francisco, or have plans to be in the area on May 27th. Ideally, it would also be really good if you're actually an Android developer, for all of the obvious reasons.
Since the event is less than a week away and we wanted to give winners a little time to make arrangements if they win tickets, we're keeping the entry period really short. The contest will be open from now until Saturday at 11:59pm (PST). That gives just over two days to get your name in the running, so don't hang back!
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