After the workaround started making headlines, Google's CEO Sundar Pichai confirmed the event's date and venue through a tweet.
However, it is important to note that the puzzle still remains unsolved; the first ones to find the clues hidden within it will be entitled to free tickets to the conference, usually worth around $1,000.
What we'll be seeing at I/O 2019
Just like every year, Google will unveil new software products at the conference, including the latest iteration of its mobile operating system - Android Q.
It has been making the headlines lately and is expected to offer some new capabilities aiming at user privacy and permissions.