Google has just announced the date and time that developers will be able to attempt to register for their popular Google I/O conference. Users will be able to register a full two months before the event in March, then the developer conference will take place on May 15-17th where we are expecting tons of excitement on all fronts from Google.

Reports are coming in that the site has since been pulled, but everything is appearing as it should over here. So most likely March 13th at 7 AM PDT will indeed be when I/O registration starts. Last year the event sold out in under 30 minutes, and it wasn’t easy to register so this year we have a feeling it will be the same or worse. It’s one of the best events of the year and everyone will be looking to attend.

As far as pricing is concerned, just like last year it runs developers $900 a ticket and students receive a discount and only pay $300 to attend. Interestingly enough Google does mention that a Google+ and Google Wallet account will be required to register, but that was pretty much expected. As soon as we find out pricing we’ll be sure and update with all the information.

This year for those who can’t make it, Google will be streaming all the sessions and keynotes live on YouTube, so you won’t have to miss the pending announcement of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. We’re expecting tons about Google’s Project Glass (last year they skydived onto the roof with Glass) tons about Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, a new Nexus 7 tablet to take on the iPad mini, and hopefully the rumored Motorola X-Phone. I’m getting excited already!

[via Google I/O]