ATLANTA, GA (Sept. 12, 2016) —Unity Technologies, maker of the acclaimed Unity game engine and platform, announced that Unity developers in the Atlanta area will have the opportunity to take its Unity Certified Developer Exam at this year’s annual Southern Interactive Entertainment and Game Expo (SIEGE), Oct. 6 - 10. Unity will also be running other events at SIEGE, including a workshop before the exam.
Registration for the exam can be done here: Registration Link
“Unity has become one of the leading forces in the game industry in a remarkably short time,” said SIEGE Conference Director Andrew Greenberg. “Its innovative tools have allowed many people to make excellent games who might not have otherwise, and we’re thrilled to offer this certification opportunity to SIEGE attendees and our thriving community.”
With the skyrocketing demand for Unity developers both within the game industry and without, the Unity Certification Program provides an invaluable resource for developers to demonstrate standard proficiency and ensure high-quality teams and products. The certification exam takes place at 2 pm Oct. 6 at the Atlanta Marriott Northwest at Galleria, 200 Interstate North Parkway SE, Atlanta, GA 30339.
The Unity Certified Developer Exam covers foundational skills for video game design and development with Unity. The exam is composed of 100 questions spanning 16 areas of competency and is intended to evaluate an individual's knowledge for a comprehensive understanding of the game production process. Question formats include multiple choice, hot spot, drag-and-drop, and matching.
Taking place in Atlanta, GA, from Oct. 6 – 9, SIEGE is the largest professional game development conference in the Southern United States. Since 2007, SIEGE has featured leading figures from the industry and has hosted panels reflecting a wide spectrum of the game production industry including artists, programmers, designers, investors, writers, professors and business executives. The event also showcases a College Fair for high school students and a Game Studio Investment Conference.