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Discussion in 'Announcements' started by Aurore, Jan 26, 2015.
We're not likely to release more it's typically a very set number of places we have available.
@SaraCecilia & I are confirmed to be at Unite Boston, we'd love to meet all of you in RL if you see us feel free to come up to us at any time, we'll be the loudest people and we look like this
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You can also follow us on Twitter @Aurore360 & @SaraCecilia
Hoping that some get released due to cancellations...
Are they rewarding you for great service with a trip to Melbourne as well?
If anyone has a Boston Unite 2015 training day ticket and can't make it, let me know; I'd buy it off of you.
Nothing is planned but maybe if there is enough demand we could.
Do we start voting thread to help it happen? You all put up with enough that a trip would be a nice reward. Spring in Melbourne is nice
I can 100% confirm this.
Still no word on Melbourne!?
Have you checked the website?
Tickets for Unite Melbourne & GCAP are available now
I'm coming to Boston !
but i'm struggling to find a place to stay lol
is there anyone would offer a sofa ?? XD
Well I just got a chance to finally book my flight and hotel (I bought my Unite ticket the first day they went on sale).
Yikes!!! That was expensive. Were the hotel conference rates really that much cheaper?
Between the flight + hotel + event + misc expenses, I could have just as easily cancelled my Unity Pro subscription and bought Pro perpetual licenses (Desktop, iOS AND Android).
I'd like to start attending Unite on a yearly basis. Please, next year, choose a part of town where the hotels are cheaper.
Or, better yet, come to Toronto! I'll buy hamburgers for the entire Unity Team!
Where are you going to stay ?? i'm alone and i'd like to have some company
I assume it might have been cheaper if you had booked everything else when you booked your Unite ticket; or sooner than 2ish weeks before the event!
Back then, they didn't have hotels listed. The last few months I've been too caught up with a major project to look into it until now.
Were the group rates that much cheaper?
On July 31, I posted: "When I called The Midtown on Monday, they said the Unity block ($169/night) was sold out. They quoted me $279/night." I went with another hotel on the list for $229/night. I probably could've found something cheaper through airbnb.
Woo, I'm headed to Unite2015 as well! Shoot me a message @Robotic_Potato if anyone would like to meet up!
Check out the keynote here http://unity3d.com/unite/boston/keynote/
And use #Unite15 on twitter!
I gotta say, Boston is a beautiful city and the Unity team have done a great job organizing this event.
I'm still at Boston because i like it
it was a great event and was so nice to meet all these developers and chat with them !
I know this is a late reply. You didn't miss out on the Midtown. It wasn't worth the $169 rate -- no AC (at least in my room), smells in the hallway of just old hotel... basically it was a bed and a shower, and not much more. Also bits of other peoples hair and stuff on the floor -- never walk without shoes on
Maybe next year I'll be rich enough to go for the normal brand-name hotels!!
I ended up staying at the Boston Park Plaza. Way way way overpriced. Big room with a comically small bathroom. They charged someone else's restaurant meal to my room. Took the charge off when I checked out. Then snuck the charge onto my credit card two days later. It was clean though.
Unite was awesome and Boston is a very nice city with friendly people (I love the native accent too). Speaking with other people I met that week (not just at the conference), they all commented that Boston seemed like an expensive city to live in.
My top suggestions for Unite next year are Toronto and Las Vegas.
Looks like it's time for a Unite 2016 thread!