Course Pages Using Unity 3D

I have been using Unity in a number of my courses in the past. So, here is some sample content originating from various created using Unity 3D software!

Fall 18

  • Information Systems Modeling & Design (BSCS) – class created various games
  • Theory of Computation (MS CS) – class created Pacman based levels

Spring 19

  • Biological Modeling and Simulation (BS Bioinformatics) – class page 
  • Theory of Computation (MS CS) – class page

Fall 19

  • Theory of Computation (MS CS) – class page

Spring 20

Github and Unity for Teams: Part 3

Oddly enough, odd numbers can be not only interesting but also quite satisfying – perhaps simply because they are so odd. 🙂

So, here we have our second odd-numbered post (Post number 3) on Github and Unity.

In the third part of the series, I try to present some suggestions on using #Github with #Unity3D in Team Projects. I also briefly take a look on how I worked with my students/team members in handling #internet connectivity issues.

Additionally, I present a possible workflow for using Github and Unity (2019.3 or later) together in remote teams/student project scenarios.

Github and Unity for Remote Teams: Part 3

References

  • Beginning Git and GitHub: A Comprehensive Guide to Version Control, Project Management, and Teamwork for the New Developer https://amzn.to/2YERRXI

Github and Unity for Teams: Part 2

If you missed the first part to get the #Unity#DarkMode for Free , please check out my previous post. In the second part of the tutorial, we cover: A demo of using #Github with #Unity3D. An overview of #Git terms A possible workflow for using Github and Unity (2019.3 or later)

References

Beginning Git and GitHub: A Comprehensive Guide to Version Control, Project Management, and Teamwork for the New Developer https://amzn.to/2YERRXI

Github and Unity for Teams: Part 1

Github is an amazing resource. Interestingly Unity and Github can be used in conjunction with each other. This has especially been useful for my students in the current times (Covid-19 era) where teachers often have to work with students on a remote basis. I have developed a set of videos explaining the basics of using Github and Unity for remote teams such as those that are with remote students.

In the first video, I discuss benefits of using Github in conjunction with Unity. Please take a look and let me know if I need to add anything in my future posts.

Here are more details about the video:

  • #Unity#DarkMode is not free but it wasn’t when I made this video! I also discuss what is #Git, how does one connect with #Github?
  • How to signup for Github?
  • Benefits of Github student version.
  • Github Student Connection with Unity Student pack! #Unity3D#UnityStudentPack How to signup for Github student?
  • Workflow for Github and Unity (2019.3 or later)

References