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    Intermediate · 1 hour
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    Participate in Consensus from Ledger Nano S/X

    In this tutorial, we show how to participate in consensus from an account stored in a Ledger Nano S or X. By participating in consensus, you help decentralize the network.

    Fabrice Benhamouda
    Fabrice Benhamouda Algorand
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    How to Participate in Algorand State Proof Generation (Register State Proof Keys)

    A step-by-step tutorial on how to generate and register an account's online keys to participate in consensus and State Proof generation

    Noah Grossman
    Noah Grossman Algorand
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    That Conference

    THAT Conference is unlike any other technical conference. This unique four-day summer camp is full of workshops, sessions, open spaces, family events, and networking, all nestled in the gorgeous Kalahari Resort and Waterpark. This family-friendly event is comprised of professional and family tracks, so there is something to learn and experience at all ages. As a Camper, you receive up to 4 days of 200 professional sessions across various technologies, platforms, and disciplines of all levels. You can also access over 10,000 sq. ft. of open spaces to participate in more intimate discussions across all topics you and your fellow attendees generated. All sessions, including open spaces, are designed to build your road to level up your skills, career and take charge of you. Each day starts with an inspiring keynote, breakfast, and beverages. Then you’re off on your camping adventure to join in the many professional sessions, share your ideas and experiences in a welcoming open space, and/or learn how to solder in our Maker space. Lunch is served midday and a special social event wraps up each afternoon to encourage networking and continued learning.

    Russell Fustino
    Russell Fustino Algorand
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    Developer Beginner Bootcamp in Spanish - Build a dAPP in 4 days

    This Bootcamp will consist of 4 sessions that will allow you to start your path in the development of decentralized applications using Algorand, taking advantage of its native technical characteristics. All the content will be in Spanish and it is totally free, so if you are a developer and you ask yourself: Why should you be interested in learning about Algorand and participating in the Bootcamp? Algorand has different SDKs to help you with the build process in different languages ​​and with extensive documentation. The costs and speed for testing on Algorand are extremely low, allowing you to learn and test without friction. 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 serve as a cover letter so that you can apply for a job in the Algorand ecosystem. ### Session content All sessions are 7PM - 9PM EDT - Session 1 May 30 : Transacting with the typescript SDK and interacting with algokit - Session 2 June 1 : Creating contracts in Algorand with Python thanks to PyTEAL and Beaker - Session 3 June 6 : Building our dapp contract - Session 4 June 8: Building the frontend of our dapp ### Why Algorand? When you decide to start working on blockchain, it is essential that you know the characteristics of the protocol that you are going to use. Here we present the ones from Algorand: It is a layer 1 network that can process more than 6,000 transactions per second and is expected to reach 10,000. The cost per transaction is approximately 0.001 Algo == $0.0003 USD. Our blocks are processed in 3.7 seconds. We are a carbon neutral blockchain since we are committed to being friendly to the environment.

    Russell Fustino
    Russell Fustino 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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    Developer Intermediate Bootcamp

    All the content will be in English and it is totally free, so if you are a developer and you ask yourself: Why should I be interested in learning about Algorand and participating in the Bootcamp? Algorand has different SDK's to help you with the building process in different languages 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. 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 more than 6,000 transactions per second and is expected to reach 10,000. The cost per transaction is 0.001 ALGO == $0.0003 USD Approx. Our blocks are processed in 4 seconds. We are a carbon negative blockchain as we are committed to being environmentally friendly. What will you learn during the Bootcamp? Each session is 2 hours. 1.5 hours of content and 0.5 hours of Q&A. ### Session 1: State Storage - Build a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) contract - Use local and global state values - Refactor to make use of box storage state values - Implement proposal and voting mechanics ### Session 2: User-Defined Data Types - Explore various types: base, custom, tuple - Design a tuple for holding NFT traits within box storage - Update DAO contract to vote on those traits ### Session 3: Algorand Standards (ARC) for NFT, ABI and More - Introduce ARCs using SDKs - Explore various NFT standards (3, 4, 19, 69) - Update DAO contract using custom data type based on an NFT ARC - Test the contract by importing the ABI into dAppFlow - Introduce off-chain data storage using IPFS ### Session 4: Contract Composability - Implement NFT Factory - Enable the DAO to mint NFTs based on proposals/votes - Reuse auction from beginner to sell NFT - Distribute earnings to DAO members ### Who can participate? Everyone is welcome to build on Algorand! It is encouraged that you have successfully completed the Algorand Developer Bootcamp Beginner series, as that content provides the foundation for these intermediate sessions.

    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
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    Algorand Developer Bootcamp | Intermediate

    ### Why should I be interested in learning about Algorand and participating in the Bootcamp? * Algorand has different SDK’s to help you with the building process in different languages 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 on time to be able to participate in our exciting Global Virtual Hackathon at the end of the year. We’ll release more details shortly. **Each session will be 2 hours. Here’s what you can expect to cover over the 4 days:** * Session 1: State Storage * Session 2: User-Defined Data Types * Session 3: Algorand Standards (ARC) for NFT, ABI and More * Session 4: Contract Composability ### 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
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    Algorand Developer Bootcamp | Beginner

    ### **Why should I be interested in learning about Algorand and participating in the Bootcamp?** * Algorand has different SDK's to help you with the building process in different languages 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 on time to be able to participate in our exciting Global Virtual Hackathon at the end of the year. We'll release more details shortly. **Each session will be 2 hours. Here's what you can expect to cover over the 4 days:** * Session 1: Algorand Developer Onboarding with JavaScript SDK & AlgoKit Installation * Session 2: Building a dApp with Beaker and Deploying with dAppFlow * Session 3: Building & Debugging dApps with Beaker + PyTeal + PyTest * Session 4: Adding a TypeScript Frontend UI to the Auction dApp ### 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
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    Creating a CrowdFunding Application with the Algorand Blockchain

    This solutions article describes the implementation of a next-generation crowdfunding Application using the Algorand Blockchain.

    Eric Gieseke
    Eric Gieseke Algorand
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    Block'n'Poll - Blockchain polling web application

    Block'n'Poll is a blockchain polling web application that allows users to easily create permissionless polls and vote on Algorand blockchain.

    Fabio Fiorella
    Fabio Fiorella Developer Ambassador
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    Case Study: OneStep Disaster Relief Platform Built on Algorand

    This article describes the development of a comprehensive disaster relief platform powered by the Algorand blockchain.

    Nitya Timalsina
    Nitya Timalsina One Step Projects / Harvard
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    Building a decentralized vault using stateful smart contracts

    Vaults are a security mechanism to prevent cryptocurrency from being immediately withdrawn by forcing its creator to wait a certain wait time after a request has been made, while also giving them the ability to cancel a request that they have not made.

    Roberto Pettinau
    Roberto Pettinau Università degli studi di Cagliari
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    Beginner · 30 minutes
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    Create A Private Network

    This tutorial walks through creating and running a private network that can be used to test your application.

    Jason Weathersby
    Jason Weathersby 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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    Intermediate · 30 minutes
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    Algorand Blockchain Development using Reach Part 5 Non Participation

    Non-participation occurs both in the centralized and decentralized development worlds. In the case of commerce-driven development knowing how to handle this is paramount as a blockchain developer.

    Kwame Bryan
    Kwame Bryan Developer Ambassador
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    Intermediate · 30 minutes
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    Build Algorand Android Smart Contract using Kotlin

    This tutorial is targeted at beginners and intermediate Algorand developers who primarily develop Android Applications using Kotlin. The tutorial will also be beneficial to Java Android Developers as both languages have a lot in common.

    Glory Agatevure
    Glory Agatevure Africinnovate
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    Intermediate · 1 hour
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    Create A Private Instance of Algorand In A Testbed

    This tutorial demonstrates the steps involved in creating a fully private instance of Algorand in a testbed with three independent VMs.

    Stefano De Angelis
    Stefano De Angelis University of Southampton
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