Unite 2010 developer conference announced

10-12 November, Montreal

Unite 2010 developer conference announced
Unite, the fourth annual conference for developers using the Unity 3D game engine has been announced.

It's going to be held from November 10 to 12, at the Marché Bonsecours in Montreal, following the Montreal International Game Summit.

A full agenda is still in the planning stage, but the event will feature a combination of keynotes and road map presentations, hands-on technical classes, one-on-one time with Unity experts, and plenty of time for socialising.

All together

"Unite is my favourite time of year," said Nicholas Francis, Unity's co-founder and COO.

"This is the one time of the year when we get to go out and meet a portion of our users, speak with them, show them what we're working on behind the scenes and get immediate input into the direction we're taking the product."

The regular price will be $400, but until September 10, you can get an early bird ticket for $300.

More details will be made available from via the Unite website.
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