Many developers, myself included, use Unity for 3D application development as well as making games. There are many that mistakenly believe Unity to be a game engine. And that, of course, is how it started. But we now live in a world where our applications have a new level of depth.

With the 3D nature of augmented and mixed reality becoming an important element of our world, the development workflow becomes something new — something more complex than it was before. Developers that have been working with large scale relational databases and banking software have a good deal to learn to catch up… more


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