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Video Game #9: Unity and C# Session (Free)
Come to learn Unity Video Game Development! Each session is completely free. We have 3 topics; Unity, C# programming, and Agile Development. ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Unity Topic: The New ECS System Unity Level: Advanced This will be a complete introduction to Unity's new Entity Component System (ECS). ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- C# Programming: Classes & Interfaces C# Level: Intermediate We'll cover strategies to use c# interfaces. What do they do? Why use them? Pros vs Cons? ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- BONUS TOPIC: SYBO Producer, Astrid Lamhauge will present "Agile vs Waterfall Planning For Game Development". Learn how to ride a bike and sort candy with this layman’s introduction to how project planning works when making games. ----- RSVP: Required. Bring a Friend! - Target Audience: Anyone with an interest in video games. No experience necessary. Previous attendance not necessary. Please do not bring to a laptop -- just come and watch. Schedule: Please arrive at 17:45 punctual and we will start promptly at 18pm. Don't miss the fun! :) Takeaway: Leave with a deeper appreciation for what is possible with Unity and the curiosity to learn more. Presenter:

Kulturanstalten - Vesterbro Bibliotek

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Learn Unity for Game Development.

Requirement: Basic programming skills in any language, and an interest in video games. That's it!

We’ll have a ‘cocktail’ (and beer) theme for the art assets and game programming. You are also welcome to have a drink while learning. :)

We have 3 types of meetups;

* FREE Class: We'll meet and have a lecture lesson on how to create a simple game.

* FREE Class & Tour: We'll meet and have a lecture lesson on a Unity subsystem (e.g. Physics) and then tour a game company or game school.

* PAID Class: This is a 2-day overview compressed from over 64 hours of course material. The atmosphere will be casual. The teaching style is approx. 80% lecture and live coding demonstration and 20% student-participation and group discussion. The date and time is TBD.

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