Unite 12 Call for Speakers Begins
Unite is a time for developers from around the world to come together in one place to exchange ideas and techniques for using the Unity development platform. Session speakers are chosen from the brilliant community surrounding Unity to provide knowledge and valuable experience to those looking to improve their Unity skills. Speakers will receive a free pass to the show and excellent exposure for themselves and their companies.
"Unite is the event that we most look forward to every year and a large part of our excitement comes from the many amazing sessions given by our community," said David Helgason, CEO of Unity Technologies. "It's awesome to see so many members of the community involved in teaching others how to better take advantage of the Unity engine and tools."
Submissions will be evaluated based on their relevancy and teaching potential with consideration given to new and exciting development techniques and methods.
Speaker submissions for Unite 12 will be open through April 20, 2012. Those interested in becoming a speaker can begin the submission process by visiting http://unite2012.unityproposals.com/.
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