We would like to thank the thousands of developers who joined us last week and made this year's Google I/O a wonderful developer gathering. We announced some of the things we've been working on and shared our thoughts on the future of the web. 140 companies joined us to showcase what they've been working on and talk about their experiences building web applications. We hope you left I/O inspired with new ideas for your own products. Our engineers were pumped to get your feedback and were inspired by what they learned from conversations at Office Hours, in the Sandbox, and during the After Hours party.

If you missed a session you really wanted to see at Google I/O, you'll be happy to know that over 70 of the sessions (videos and slides) will be made available over the next few days. For your convenience, you'll also be able to download those videos to view them on the go.

These will be going live soon at code.google.com/io. We'll be releasing I/O content in the following waves:
  • Wed, June 3: Client (Chrome, HTML 5, V8, O3D, Native Client, and more)
  • Thurs, June 4: Google Wave, Mobile/Android
  • Fri, June 5: Tech Talks
  • Mon, June 8: Google Web Toolkit, App Engine, Enterprise
  • Tues, June 9: AJAX + Data APIs, Social
You can check out some of our favorite Google I/O photos here. In addition, check out video interviews with the 3rd Party developers featured in our Developer Sandbox, and see how they've implemented products & technologies represented at I/O.

We've gotten many inquiries about the opening video for the Day 1 keynote. The video is comprised of different Chrome Experiments and the soundtrack music and lyrics were created by our very own Matt Waddell. Lastly, wondering why the Lego character on the Google I/O t-shirt is holding a spray can? For those of you who have t-shirts, turn off your room light and see what's written on the back of the green brick :)

Stay tuned for more updates on Google I/O!