January 30, 2013 · 6:00 PM
Use your favorite IDE to write and debug Unity games. UnityVS bridges Unity and Visual Studio.
With UnityVS, you can now connect the Visual Studio debugger to Unity to quickly debug and fix your scripts. Not only is UnityVS adding support for all Unity languages in Visual Studio, but it also packs a collection of productivity helpers, such as the Unity Project Explorer to quickly find your scripts, or the ability to read the Unity console messages directly from Visual Studio.
Jb Evain is coming all the way from France to talk about UnityVS and the experience of building and selling a product for the Unity ecosystem, and of course, gather feedback. Before starting his company and work on UnityVS, he was a member of the Mono team at Novell.
Doors open at 6 for drinks, appetizers, and networking. Presentations start at 7. KIXEYE will be around for some time afterwards for more drinks and networking, so feel free to stick around!
Directions to KIXEYE:
Our office is located at 333 Bush St., between Kearny and Montgomery St. A guard will program the elevator to the 19th floor where you will be cleared by our security guard. Call us at [masked] if you find yourself lost along the way!
An NDA is required for entry into Kixeye. You can find the PDF in the Files section of this meetup group.