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Developers, this one’s for you. If you couldn’t get into I/O this year, Google has something that’s almost as good: a mega playlist of 168 videos on a variety of topics pertaining to Android and all things Google.

The Google I/O 2016 playlist is a treasure trove of engineering knowledge delivered to you by real Googlers who have real insight into the deepest layers of Google’s services and products.

Android is a big part of it – mobile is still king – but there’s a variety of other topics that you might be interested in: everything from web optimization, to app design, the new and improved Firebase, and of course the two big trends shaping the tech world right now: virtual reality and artificial intelligence.

And you don’t have to be a developer to enjoy some of these videos – for instance, I’d recommend “What’s new in Android” with Android engineers Romain Guy, Chet Haase, and San Sandler. It’s a bit technical, but still a great way to really understand the changes coming with Android N.

Without further ado, head over to YouTube to receive your doze of knowledge.

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