In addition to posting the full changelog for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Google went one step further and released no less than 28 Google I/O Android sessions videos, which are now available on YouTube.
Google I/O sold out in a matter of minutes this year (20, to be more precise), and there must have been plenty of Android developers that didn’t get a chance to buy a ticket even though they would have wanted to attend the Android sessions in person. At the same time, there are plenty of developers that were interested in the event, but weren’t necessarily ready to shell out the cost of a ticket ($900) – although we’d point out that Google I/O attendants walked out with plenty of swag including the Nexus 7, Nexus Q and a Galaxy Nexus handset, which means they have pretty much recovered the entrance fee.
Finally, regular Android device owners may also be interested in some of the Android sessions from Google I/O, so all these Android fans will now be able to check out the released videos and learn a thing or two about their favorite operating system – check out the playlist complied by Google here:
On top of making available all the videos from the Android sessions, Google revealed in its recent Android Developers blog post that it will continue to support Android developers via various video sessions, part of its Google Developers Live initiative, that will be available throughout the year to help them with their Android-related questions.
Interactive programs include the Android Developer Office Hours on Wednesdays and The Friday Review of Apps and The Friday Review of Games on Fridays.