Join Us for JetBrains GameDev Day 2023
We invite you to join JetBrains GameDev Day 2023, a hybrid event we’re hosting to bring some luck to Friday, October 13, 2023. Let us know if you can make it!
Once a year, we invite community speakers to cover topics they are passionate about. We’ve invited eleven experts from various areas to give talks, lead discussions, and share pro tips on how to craft the best games. We’ll cover aspects of playtesting, CI/CD, Unity’s DOTS, and developing for Apple Vision Pro.
In 2023, we’re going hybrid. The whole event will be online, but we’ll also be hosting a viewing event in Cyprus, so you can join us there to watch the livestream with other attendees and discuss the topics together at the afterparty.
- Scalable and Cloud-Native Mobile Game CI/CD Environment Using Unity, by Nemoto Tadashi.
- How To Stop Writing View-Classes for Unity UI, by Dmitrii Ivashchenko.
- Empowering Non-Developers: Creating Editor Tools and Workflow Customizations in Unity, by Ants Aare Alamaa
- Top 10 Unity Assets That Every Project Should Use, by Oles Dibrivniy
- godot-playfab – A Godot Extension To Easily Integrate PlayFab, a Cloud-Based Backend as a Service, by Johannes Ebner
- Insights on Testing Unreal Engine Support in Tools With Many Dependencies, by Oleg Kuldyshev
- CI/CD for Unreal Engine Games Using TeamCity, by Daniel Gallo
- Introduction to Data-Oriented Design in Unity, by Johnny Thompson
- How to Apply the Software Engineering Process to the Gamedev Process, by Ryan L’Italien
- How Sprocket Games Achieved 10x Playtest Velocity for an Unreal Engine Game With Kotlin DSL, BuildGraph, and AWS, by Nicolas Tittley
- Getting Started Developing for Apple Vision Pro with Unity, by Dan Miller
You can choose whether to attend just a few individual sessions or watch every one of them. We hope you enjoy the talks, and we encourage you to ask questions!
We’ll stream the presentations live on YouTube, and all the sessions will remain available after the event is over so you can catch up on any you missed. You can also watch session recordings from the previous year.
We also invite other community partners to support our event. You can find more information on how to join as a partner here.
Check out the full agenda here. We look forward to seeing you in October!
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