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About the Course

Welcome to Core Interaction Programming, the first course in the Unity Certified Programmer Specialization from Unity Technologies. This course will help you prepare for the Unity Certified Programmer exam, the professional certification for entry to mid-level Unity programmers. Unity is used to create real-time 3D applications for many industries, including video games, automotive, film, training, and more. In this course, you will be challenged to solve realistic Unity programming problems that are aligned to topics covered on the exam. Throughout the first course, you will build the foundation for a 2D action video game: AsteraX. In doing so, you will practice many of the skills covered in the exam, including evaluating scripting needs from a project requirements document, implementing the three "C's" of an interactive applications (Character, Controls, Camera), providing user feedback through basic UI elements, and applying professional programming practices like developer testing. This is an intermediate course, intended for people who are ready for their first paying roles as Unity programmers, or enthusiasts who would like to verify their skills against a professional standard. To succeed, you should have at least 1-2 years of experience programming interactive applications in Unity. You should be proficient at programming in the C# language and familiar with Unity's scripting APIs. You should have experience in the full product development lifecycle, from concept to launch (and beyond). And you should understand multi-platform development, including deploying applications to XR (AR and VR) platforms....

Top reviews

SR
Apr 27, 2020

My experience with this course was amazing. I learned a lot during the course through discussion forums and how detailed the videos were explaining each concept.

EL
Dec 24, 2018

Excellent. Everything that I've expected plus a bunch of nuances and best practices.\n\nI'm pretty satisfied.

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By Jorge O

Oct 15, 2018

Sometimes the lessons do not address directly all the courses topics.

Sometimes the quality of the projects and code shown is not as high as one would expect from Unity. Usually Unity tutorials are much more cleaner and well written.

By Севостьянов И С

Jan 14, 2019

Код заданий учит вредному... Все в статик переменных и синглотанх (Ужасно!) Проверка заданий - отдельное зло. Проверяющие (студенты) чаще всего не понимают то что проверяют...

By Juan J P

Jul 15, 2020

Sometimes it is hard to follow but is a it provides good deathlines

By steven c s

Feb 14, 2019

I give this course one star because of unprofessional, unoptimized code, going against good development practices, and promoting this code for students to use to succeed.