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- Bootcamps to Get You Started
Unity is a graphical shell that was originally developed by Canonical Ltd. for its Ubuntu operating system. Unity was designed to optimize the limited screen size of netbooks, and offer a space-saving top menu bar. The overall objective of Unity development is to improve user experience with Ubuntu.
According to Glassdoor, there are nearly 1500 open positions requesting skills in Unity development. With salaries for those positions ranging into the six figures, it is clear that skills in Unity can contribute to many new and lucrative career opportunities.
Looking for bootcamps that teach Unity? Highly-ranked programs include Make School, and Playcrafting. SwitchUp has compiled verified alumni reviews that range from 1 to 5 stars for programs that teach Unity. Our comprehensive guide to Unity will help you kick-start your research. Be sure to check out all individual reviews and rankings before making your decision.