Every day we live in our IT world, where we have certain laws and rules. But what if we look beyond our industry? Construction, automotive, philosophy, business close to us and more: would we find there anything useful for us? Maybe some of them already exists with us and spotting them may help us communicate with people outside of IT? During this lecture we’ll consider this and try to look at it through our prism.
During a Sprint Review, do you present an awesome REST API you have built in the last month so you can use it in future sprints to create a user interface? If your Product Owner asks about the final product do you answer “it’s done when it’s done, you don’t need to ask every sprint” or do you create small, complete functionalities, that your customer can check and give you feedback? During the presentation, I will show you why the second approach is much more valuable and could build trust between all the people involved in the project.
Starting to create a 3D object in Blender, which will then be an Asset in Unity, very important is the right pipeline, which consists of proper preparation of Low and High Poly objects, proper burning of all maps in Substance Painter, and proper import of the object into Unity. Without making mistakes, at the above-mentioned stages, we can be sure that our 3D object will look good and will be properly optimized, which will always positively affect the appropriate graphic performance in our project.
This knowledge, in addition to 3D designers, should also have programmers, devs, who will know what an appropriately prepared Asset in Unity should look like. Presented knowledge will be useful to both 3D designers and programmers who want to optimize or improve the graphics pipeline in their teams.
Every system has an architecture. Every architecture has good parts and bad parts. When it comes to the maintenance we often need to make hard decisions. How to deal with them? How to keep your architecture in good condition during whole product life-cycle? These questions are just a pick of the iceberg. Lets try to tackle them and go deeper with two experts during LIVE SpreadIT Talks session!