Here's Cat Burton, Emil Johansen, me, and Kerry Turner talking about being a Unity freelancer at Unite Europe 2015.
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My talk at Unite Europe 2015 has now been uploaded onto the Unity YouTube channel.
If you're interested in how I put together the dropship demo, and my dioramas in general, it's worth a look!
Slides will be uploaded when I get some time to clean them up.
This was the second time I attended the fun and inspiring Unite Europe conference in Amsterdam, and this time I was on stage - twice!
A huge, heartfelt thank you to Unity and the team who organised it. Not only for organising a wonderful event for ~1500 people, but also for accepting my session, and putting me on the main stage.
First up was the brief mention in the Unite keynote at 1:46:50 (thanks Andy!) - followed by my session on the main stage: "Turning It Up To Eleven: Making Unity 5 Look AWESOME". For those of you surprised I wasn't talking about VR, making Unity look amazing is my other passion!
This was my first time speaking at an international tech conference, and it seemed to go down well - see the tweets embedded below. Although it's a lot of work to prepare, the payoff is definitely worth it, and once you're on the stage any worries just disappear.
On the second day of the conference I was on the "So You Want To Be A Unity Freelancer?" panel with Cat Burton, Kerry Turner, and Emil Johansen - which was genuinely interesting to be on from my point of view. It was great sharing thoughts, tips, and strategies with other experienced freelancers - I definitely learned some new things, and perhaps we convinced some people to go freelance too.
I believe both talks were recorded, and will be available on YouTube over the next few weeks. I'll update this when they're available, and upload my edited slides soon.
Various tweets about the two talks below. I think my favourite is "@yezzer is the Michael Bay of Unity scenes".