As part of the Algorand Foundation’s mission to encourage development and innovation on the Algorand blockchain, we are announcing a new class of Ambassador Rewards, focused specifically on supporting development. To facilitate this, we are introducing a new category of Ambassador, called the Development Ambassador (DevAm).
The DevAms will play a key role in participating in, and growing, a vibrant worldwide development community. While DevAms can participate in any of the normal Ambassador Rewards, we have developed a specific set of rewards for Developer Ambassadors.
The Algorand Team will be working closely with Developer Ambassadors throughout the content creation process to ensure content will align to all guidelines and is of high quality. Because of the limited capacity of the team, not all submissions will be accepted and those that are should allocate time for this back and forth.
To become a Dev Ambassador, apply here.
The initial set of Dev Ambassador rewards will initially correspond to the launch of the new Algorand Developer Portal where we are looking for high quality content contributions from the developer community to expand the Portal’s early set of resources. Thus, the rewards matrix at launch is:
Create a Solution (5,000 Algos)
Have you developed an application or solved a problem on Algorand in a creative way? Have you written some innovative and well-structured code that you want to share with the community to help or inspire others? Create an Algorand Solution to be featured on our developer portal. Publish your code in our Github repository and tell the rest of the community about what you created and how they can get started.
See examples of Solutions here: https://developer.algorand.org/solutions/
To submit your sample Solution click here.
Create a Tutorial (1000-5000)
Are you a skilled developer who likes showing off tips and tricks for how to accomplish certain tasks on Algorand? Are you a good writer, who can write clear and accurate guidelines? Write a step-by-step guide, in your language of choice, that helps other developers learn a specific developer flow on Algorand.
As people will have different levels of expertise and time available, we have created 3 different levels of tutorial: beginner, intermediate and advanced. The rewards for creating each of these tutorials are in line with the work and time required to create these tutorials.
See examples of tutorials here: https://developer.algorand.org/tutorials/
To submit your sample Tutorial click here.