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Unity Expert Gameplay Programmer Certification Preparation Specialization Important Update - - The Unity Expert Gameplay Programmer Certification Preparation Specialization will close for enrollment on August 21, 2020. - If you are interested in earning a Specialization Certificate, please upgrade or apply for Financial Aid in each course of the specialization by August 20, 2020, if you have not already done so. After August 21, 2020, learners will no longer have access to courses they have not paid for. - In order to earn a Specialization Certificate, you will need to complete all graded assignments, including peer reviews, by February 17, 2021. After that point, no new assignment submissions will be accepted for Certificate credit. Welcome to Rapid Gameplay Prototyping, the first course in Unity's Gameplay Programming Specialization! This course is exam preparation for Unity's Expert Gameplay Programmer Certification Exam. This course will challenge you with a series of realistic programming problems in Unity video-game projects, inspired by one or more of the topics covered in the Expert Gameplay Programmer Exam. Throughout this course, you will work on a 2D “infinite platformer” game project. This will help you practice prototyping core game play mechanics, including scripting GameObjects and their components, coordinating UI systems, and implementing UI scripting. You will also identify conflicts and implement solutions during the prototype stage. This is an advanced-level course, intended for industry game developers or very experienced Unity enthusiasts who are looking to “level-up” their gameplay programming and implementation strategies. To succeed in this courses, you should have at least 2-3 years of experience developing games with Unity. You should be familiar with the full-game lifecycle (working from early concept to launch), creating and working with Prefabs, understanding game asset and animation pipelines, and have some experience with Unity Services. You should also have advanced programming skills, particularly in the C# language....
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par Dmitry K

Aug 04, 2018

Discussion forums are dead, teacher promotes bad programming practices and uses terms inaccuratelly

par Nicolas L A

Aug 26, 2018

I found this incredibly helpful and insightful. I consider myself an intermediate Unity programmer and this course pushed me to improve my skills and was challenging enough to point me in the right direction to improve the skills I lack.

par David H

Dec 11, 2018

Although well-presented and designed, the descriptions in the GDD sometimes make it difficult to understand exactly what the final product should look like. In this case, the Unity Programmer Certification Preparation specialization with Jeremy Bond is better-done. Still, highly recommend for those looking to fill in any gaps in their Unity knowledge before shelling out the big bucks to take the exam.

par Do H L

Aug 22, 2018

Good for beginner.

You can learn about gameplay process.

par Sarah A

Sep 25, 2019

I have learned many useful things in this course and I would recommend it for experienced developers. My only problem was that it was too condensed and took too long for me to finish. I think it would have been better if there were fewer assignments or if the assignments were smaller. But thanks for the great course, it helped me a lot :)

par Kristin D

Jun 30, 2018

The content is good. There's not enough people in the course yet for me to get my grades. It's incredibly frustrating to be sitting around waiting. I've been waiting for two weeks now and have already had to switch my enrollment session to wait to see if I can get some feedback on the final project.

par John W

May 29, 2019

I thought this was an expert certification, but this is really beginner stuff. The organization of the course is a mess, sometimes they tell you to do something, and then show you a solution where they haven't done the thing. Finally, they don't bother to mark your stuff themselves despite charging $100 CAD.

par Arnold W

Jan 27, 2019

Bugs and broken week 1. No bother to move on