Lighthouse Labs opens its doors to Toronto tech community for Google I/O Extended


For those in Toronto that can’t make it all the way to Mountain View, California for Google I/O, you’re in luck — Lighthouse Labs is livestreaming the Google I/O keynote and featuring a Google live speaker.

On May 18, Lighthouse Labs is opening the doors to Devhub for Google I/O Extended. At 12:30 p.m., Devhub is livestreaming the keynote for 1:00 p.m. for Toronto’s tech community. Other live sessions will be streamed until 6 p.m., when Matthew Izatt, product management lead for Gmail, will be in the building for a keynote. Izatt led the charge to redesign Gmail on Android, mobile, and tablet, and is currently leading the team for Google Apps for Work.

For those worried about missing work during the event, Google I/O Extended is allowing the community to work out of its coworking space during the day, with break-out discussions after each streamed talk in a separate room for those who want to engage with fellow attendees.

To sign up for the event, check out the event page here.

Jessica Galang

Jessica Galang

Freelance tech writer. Former BetaKit News Editor.

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