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Discussion in 'Community Learning & Teaching' started by IgorAherne, Jul 22, 2013.
Thanks again for making these tutorials.
Thank you Enoch
Part 9 is out!
A lesson on advanced programming for Unity3D
Please check the first few minutes to see what's on the today's menu.
Many of you have been waiting for it, and I am sure you will love it.
As always, the information rare and valuable.
It is carefully sorted, and edited. But it's a hardcore lesson,
To understand it, make sure you are familiar with the coding from part 8.
Drop a like and enjoy the video friend!
This is probably the best unity Video I have ever watched. The topics are very interesting and explained in depth. I have been using unity for some time now, and looked for some more advanced topics. This video kept me happy throughout 7,5 hours like it was a trilogy of lord of the rings , and there is only one of those I will watch again one day, and it ain't LOTR.
I am just curious how can you find the time for all of this. I personally needed to give up on making my own art since that combined with still learning the unity (not everything will work on first try) simply made me barely moving forward. Luckily asset store have a lot of free models good for prototyping.
Now the question is: Is there any chance you will make part 10 ? There is still many advanced Unity topics that nobody ever covered in depth
I am discovering OpenGL and C++ now and moving away from working with Unity.
Watch my interview that comes before part 9 to see why I did those lessons)
There might be part 10 in the future, but not soon, because I am tired
I am very glad that there are so many people who appreciate this work, thank you!
Why did you choose to move away from Unity and drop down to C++ and OpenGL?
I feel that I've learnt the managed and exposed side of Unity to a relatively good borderline.
For now, my goal now is to understand what's happening inside the game engines. Various algorithms and their performance, low-level graphics, physics and ai.
Sounds reasonable. You discovered an interest in software engineering so need to go lower. Completely get that. I came from that background and often wrestle with trying to wrap my head around all of this pre-canned stuff.
Bookmarked . I am going to watch that in the near future
thank you for this stuff, part 9 is one of the best Unity/C# video I've ever seen. I still have to take a look to the other parts.
Keep un the good work!
Thank you very much
You call your own video channel "the BEST, (Beginner to a VERY Advanced), SHORT computer game course"? How can you be sure of that?
That's not what the title said.
And what you've written, is in fact an actual quote from many of my viewers
Maybe you should put that in your first post.