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Do you use Unity or want to learn more about this development platform? Then mark 21-24 August 2012 in your calendar, since that is the date of the UNITE 12 conference in Amsterdam.

If you are passionate about creating high-quality 3D content with Unity, and have a drive to learn more, work smarter and achieve your goals more effectively, then make sure that you attend.
Unite is the annual conference for developers, publishers and enthusiasts interested in Unity. It is four days in August packed with advanced hands-on class tutorials and technical sessions about the market-leading platform for creating high quality video games, training simulations, medical and architectural visualizations, and other 3D interactive content.
At Unite you get the chance to access a wealth of valuable information, network and learn from your peers, and attend some great parties.

This year, Unite takes place in three gorgeous venues in Amsterdam. On Tuesday 21 August is the Training Day in the De La Mar theater, where beginners learn all about working with Unity. The remaining days are for the conference, being held in the Westergasfabriek.

Volunteers

Unity also sent out a call for volunteers to help out before, during and after the event. Volunteers may attend sessions during the conference for free and are also invited to the Unite 12 party in the Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ on Thursday August 23th. All volunteers receive a Unite staff t-shirt as well.
Duties to include: Talent (speaker) wrangling, session management, crowd control, reception, setup / breakdown, administrative assistance as needed
To become a volunteer, please (unite_volunteers@unity3d.com) send an email to the organisers.
Emails are due by July 1, 2012 (emails received after will not be read / considered)
When emailing, please do provide the following information as best possible:
Full Name:
Email Address:
Mobile Number:
School / Company:
Are you tech savvy with A/V gear:
Age:
*Note – conference party may be held at an age restricted location
Optional Comment (in a paragraph or less) – why should we select you?

More info on the UNITE 12 website

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