Unity is coming to Africa for the first time and they are making Nigeria the host for their certification exam via the West African Gaming Expo, WAGE.
Unity Developers In Africa
At the WAGE 2016 event, you will have the opportunity to become a Unity Certified Developer. Don’t forget this is the first time Unity is coming to Africa. So, there is every reason to be excited and participate in it.
For guys who don’t know what Unity certification is, this certification shows that you have a strong foundational knowledge for game design and programming skills against a benchmark of proficiency for game production.
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This will also improve your chances of getting that dream job in any gaming developer studio.
What Is Covered In The Unity Certification Exam?
During the Unity certification exam, you will be tested with 100 questions, covering 16 areas of competency. This exam is generally intended to evaluate your knowledge for a comprehensive understanding of game development and production process.
Be prepared to interact with question formats like multiple choice, hot spot, drag-and-drop and matching. You will find a detailed outline of the top areas covered on the exam. You definitely want to take a look at that link.
What Will You Get After The Exam?
After the exam, you will get an e-certificate with a validity period of two years. You will have access to your exam scorecard, with results by topic area, a listing in the unity certification lookup, special discounts to select Unity events and access to exclusive swag.
Just Some Extra Bit Of Information
You can visit the Unity official website for more information.
Now, to the important part which will serve as a guide for you to get access to the Unity certification exam, I want you to read the information below carefully.
Visit Eventbrite to register and become a Unity Certified Developer.
The date of the exam is November 8, 2016.
Time: 15:00 – 17:00
I hope this has been helpful. Once we have more information, the article would be updated to reflect it. Otherwise, see you at WAGE 2016.