Unite 2013 Call for Speakers Begins
Unity Technologies, provider of the Unity multi-platform engine and development tools, today announced that Call for Speakers for Unite 2013, taking place in Vancouver on August 28-30, has now begun and submissions will be accepted through April 3, 2013.
Unity's headline Unite conference attracts developers from around the globe to learn, network, and party in a creative and energetic environment full of like-minded developers passionate about their craft. Along with hands-on workshops and lecture sessions from Unity's own developers, the conference also invites industry professionals to present the best techniques and practices for using Unity effectively and efficiently. Unity is now accepting submissions for these sessions.
"Unite is an amazing experience for everyone involved. Not only does it offer up the chance to learn from our developers here at Unity, but also from some of the most knowledgeable and experienced developers using Unity," said David Helgason, CEO of Unity Technologies. "This will be the first Unite following the release of Unity 4 and will be an amazing chance for speakers to share their own experiences and provide practical knowledge on how to get the best results from Unity's latest and greatest improvements."
Those interested in becoming a speaker at Unite can now submit their presentation proposals for review. Submissions will be evaluated based on their relevancy and teaching potential with consideration given to new and exciting development techniques and methods. Speakers will receive a free pass to the show and excellent exposure for themselves and their companies.
Speaker submissions for Unite 2013 will be open through April 3, 2013. Those interested in becoming a speaker can begin the submission process by visiting http://unite2013.unityproposals.com/.
To learn more about Unite 2013 and purchase tickets to the conference, please visit http://unity3d.com/unite/unite2013/. Early bird registration discounts are available through April 22.