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    Beginner · 15 minutes or less
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    Create an Account on TestNet using JavaScript

    This tutorial demonstrates the steps involved in creating a basic Standalone Algorand Account using the JavaScript SDK.

    Russell Fustino
    Russell Fustino Algorand
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    Beginner · 15 minutes or less
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    Create an Account on TestNet with Python

    Generate a new account, fund it, and check your balance on TestNet using the Python SDK.

    Liz Baran
    Liz Baran Algorand
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    Beginner · 15 minutes or less
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    Monitoring Account Activity with AlertHub

    This tutorial will walkthrough how to get started with AlertHub to enable real-time monitoring of status and activity on your account.

    Alex Nathan
    Alex Nathan Metrika
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    Beginner · 15 minutes or less
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    Create an Account on TestNet using Java

    Create an Account on TestNet with Java

    Russell Fustino
    Russell Fustino Algorand
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    Beginner · 15 minutes or less
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    Create an Account on TestNet using Go

    This tutorial demonstrates the steps involved in creating a basic Standalone Algorand Account using the Go SDK

    Russell Fustino
    Russell Fustino Algorand
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    Introducing AlertHub to Monitor Your Algorand Accounts

    AlertHub allows developers to enable monitoring and real-time alerting on Algorand accounts.

    Sooin Yoon
    Sooin Yoon Metrika
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    Using the Circle API to transfer funds between the Algorand blockchain and traditional bank accounts

    This article describes the new TestNet dispenser’s design and implementation, enabling both USDC and Algos for testing.

    Eric Gieseke
    Eric Gieseke Algorand
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    Intermediate · 1 hour
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    Decentralised co-operative unions with Algorand Multisignature Account

    Blockchain credit union membership contributions and payments on Algorand.

    Blaise Bayuo
    Blaise Bayuo Developer Ambassador
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    Beginner · 15 minutes or less
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    Create an Account on TestNet and Send Your First Transaction using C#

    This tutorial demonstrates the steps involved in creating a basic Standalone Algorand Account using the Community Algorand .NET SDK and funding it using the Algorand Testnet Faucet. The tutorial also covers send a payment transaction between two accounts.

    Johan Stenberg
    Johan Stenberg
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    Intermediate · 1 hour
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    Hybrid Online / Offline Shared Management of Community ASA through Multisig Account

    In this tutorial you will learn how to share the management of a “Community Membership ASA” among the Community Board members with a Multisignature Account using a hybrid Online / Offline approach

    Cosimo Bassi
    Cosimo Bassi Algorand
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    Beginner · 30 minutes
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    Desktop Algorand App

    In this tutorial, we will learn how to interact with the Algorand network to create a Windows Application that can be used to create account addresses and mnemonic keys, fund the account, and also check the address account balance.

    Stephen Sunday
    Stephen Sunday KusuConsult
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    Beginner · 30 minutes
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    Getting Started with Developing Android Apps on the Algorand Platform Using java-algorand-sdk

    This tutorial explains how to get started developing android apps that use the java-algorand-sdk

    Jesulonimi Akingbesote
    Jesulonimi Akingbesote Medflit
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    Getting Started with ORE ID

    Getting started on Algorand is now made simpler with ORE ID. ORE ID is a user onboarding and account management service that helps you create accounts and help facilitate transactions for your users, all done with JS.

    Daniel Lin
    Daniel Lin Aikon
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    Intermediate · 30 minutes
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    Algorand Builder Tutorial: Part 1 - Creating Local Network and Deploying ASA

    [Algorand Builder](https://github.com/scale-it/algo-builder) is a development environment, testing framework and asset pipeline for Algorand. Our goal is to make shipping Algorand applications simple, efficient, and scalable.

    Robert Zaremba
    Robert Zaremba Algorand Builder
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    Intro Bootcamp

    ![EditorImages/2024/03/15 15:02/1918x548.png](https://algorand-devloper-portal-app.s3.amazonaws.com/static/EditorImages/2024/03/15%2015%3A02/1918x548.png) **Project:** Asset creation and transaction using AlgoKit SDK. **Bootcamp Description:** One of Algorand's main features is the possibility of creating accounts and assets, and sending transactions, without a smart contract. That's why we’ve created this bootcamp: to help you take your first steps into Algorand development using the AlgoKit SDK. **Time: 10:00 AM EST** **Duration:** 90 mins each session **Agenda:** * Session 1 (April 2nd): Introduction to Algorand concepts and AlgoKit SDK. * Session 2 (April 4th): Using AlgoKit and dev environment Setup. **Prerequisites: ** * GitHub Account - [Sign up ](https://github.com/signup) * [VS Code](https://code.visualstudio.com/) (Recommended) **Why Algorand?** Algorand is an enterprise-grade programmable layer-1 blockchain – the perfect place to start (or continue) your blockchain journey. * Blocks on Algorand are processed in under 3 seconds. * The Algorand network can process more than 10,000 transactions per second, all with instant finality. * The cost per transaction is 0.001 Algo (just a fraction of a cent). * Algorand is carbon-neutral and built environmentally friendly from the ground up. * Testing on Algorand is fast and cost-efficient, allowing you to innovate without friction. * Plus, it has a wealth of developer tooling, tutorials, and documentation. Ready for the best bit? If you’re a Python or TypeScript dev, you don’t need to learn a new language because you can build on Algorand in Python and TypeScript. It’s easy to get building thanks to [AlgoKit](https://developer.algorand.org/algokit/?utm_source=devportal&utm_medium=bootcamp_landingpage&utm_campaign=algokit) (our solution to speed up your Web3 building process).

    Emma Barry Murphy
    Emma Barry Murphy Algorand
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    Build-A-Bull Developer Bootcamp - Beginner

    ### Why should I be interested in learning about Algorand and participating in the Bootcamp? * Algorand has AlgoKit to help you with the building process using languages you already know (TypeScript and Python) and with extensive documentation. * The costs and speed for testing on Algorand are extremely low, which will allow you to learn and test without friction. * The companies that work with Algorand are constantly looking for developers to join their work teams. At the end of the Bootcamp you will be able to participate in solving challenges that will test your knowledge and will serve as a cover letter for you to apply for a Web3 job in the Algorand ecosystem. * This Beginner bootcamp will give you the foundations needed to take part in our Intermediate bootcamp. * Grow your web 3 developer skills in time to be able to participate in our exciting [Global Virtual Hackathon](https://www.algorand.foundation/build-a-bull-hackathon) at the end of the year. **Each session will be 2 hours. Here’s what you can expect to cover over the 4 days:** * Session 1: Introducing AlgoKit – your window into Web3 * Session 2: Writing smart contract logic using TealScript * Session 3: Mastering the Application Binary Interface (ABI) * Session 4: Interacting with the DAO dApp using dAppFlow ### Prerequisites * GitHub account ([sign up](https://github.com/signup)) ### Why Algorand? When you decide to start working in blockchain, it is essential that you know the characteristics of the protocol that you are going to use, here are those of Algorand: * It is a layer 1 network that can process 10,000 transactions per second. * The cost per transaction is 0.001 ALGO == $0.0003 USD Approx. * Our blocks are processed in 3.3 seconds. * We are a carbon negative blockchain as we are committed to being environmentally friendly.

    Ryan R. Fox
    Ryan R. Fox Algorand
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    Build-A-Bull Developer Bootcamp - Intermediate

    ### Why should I be interested in learning about Algorand and participating in the Bootcamp? * Algorand has AlgoKit to help you with the building process using languages you already know (TypesScript and Python) and with extensive documentation. * The costs and speed for testing on Algorand are extremely low, which will allow you to learn and test without friction. * The companies that work with Algorand are constantly looking for developers to join their work teams. At the end of the Bootcamp you will be able to participate in solving challenges that will test your knowledge and will serve as a cover letter for you to apply for a Web3 job in the Algorand ecosystem. * Grow your web 3 developer skills in time to be able to participate in our exciting [Global Virtual Hackathon](https://www.algorand.foundation/build-a-bull-hackathon) at the end of the year. ** Each session will be 2 hours. Here’s what you can expect to cover over the 4 days:** * Session 1: Refactoring the DAO dApp with robust features * Session 2: Testing & Debugging a full stack web3 dApp * Session 3: Working with algokit-utils & UI client generation * Session 4: Adding a web frontend UI to the DAO dApp ### Prerequisites * Completion of Beginner Bootcamp content * GitHub account ([sign up](https://github.com/signup)) * local workstation configured with: * NodeJS * Docker Desktop * Installation Guides ([macOS](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsurtpCGmgE), [Windows](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22RvINnZsRo)) ### Why Algorand? When you decide to start working in blockchain, it is essential that you know the characteristics of the protocol that you are going to use, here are those of Algorand: * It is a layer 1 network that can process 10,000 transactions per second. * The cost per transaction is 0.001 ALGO == $0.0003 USD Approx. * Our blocks are processed in 3.3 seconds. * We are a carbon negative blockchain as we are committed to being environmentally friendly

    Emma Barry Murphy
    Emma Barry Murphy Algorand
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    “Alexa, ask Algorand for the latest round on MainNet?”

    Sample code for how to transform a few basic interactions with the Algorand blockchain into a voice-interactive experience using Alexa.

    Liz Baran
    Liz Baran Algorand
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