Congratulations to the winners!
- 1st: @kaldisberzins for his tutorial on an HTML5/Phaser.js game
- 2nd: @jajoosam for his 30 Minute WhatsApp Bot
- 3rd: @ArtemLaptiev1 for his Beginners Neural Networks Tutorial
Plus many other notable entries, which can be found on Repl Talk Learn.
ORIGINAL POST BELOW:
~The challenge has begun! Feel free to post your tutorials on the Challenge board!
The competition will end on Monday, Nov 5th, 2018 at 12:01 EST.~
- Your submission must be a tutorial. It can be a tutorial about anything - surprise us with your creativity. :)
- It must use Repl.it. Attach the end result repl to the post.
- First Place: $100 Amazon Gift Card
- Second Place: $50 Amazon Gift Card
- Third Place: $25 Amazon Gift Card
First, second, and third place prizes will be determined by the Repl.it team, who will take the following factors into consideration:
- Quality of the submission
- Number of upvotes it received
- How many people engaged with it
Additionally, the Repl.it Team will be awarding various prizes for quality submissions that went under the radar. We may even reach out to you for working with Repl.it further!
Please remember that Repl Talk allows Markdown, so style your tutorials for maximum readability!
I am the FIRST!
Hurray! I posted 4 posts before anybody put a single one.
Might seem stupid but may I ask what is the REPL in the challenge there for?
I mean, does the tutorial have to be about writing to ascii files?
Or can it be a tutorial for anything?
I am not sure.
Also, @timmy_i_chen, specifying the timezone in deadlines is a lot helpful for int'l students like myself. It might well be in the middle of the night for some of us, which might be a problem.
@timmy_i_chen Please add something in UTC standard because that's the standard accepted worldwide. I don't know off the top of the head what this EST means because it's a local US abbreviation and I'm not from the US. So I'll have to google that.
Writing EST does not help anyone who doesn't live in the US at all. But writing UTC-(something) helps everyone, as they can just add/subtract the difference. For example if it's UTC-5, it will be 8 hours later here because my timezone is UTC+3.
Hey, so I am trying to link a Repl to a tutorial but I don't see the option to do so anymore when creating it...
I'm just curios on how to make a tutorial. Is that the button saying "Share Your Tutorial"?
and in the making of the tutorial, the post by JSer " https://repl.it/talk/learn/A-Quick-Guide-to-Replit-Talk-Markdown/7448 " is that about styling the post ?
I'm just a beginner and want to participate by sharing the basics of Python that I learned by 2 weeks of coding :D
Hopefully this isn't advertising, but I made a tutorial that documents a turtle's life from birth to the journey to the ocean. The turtle is actually a Turtle Graphics turtle. Does this count as a tutorial?
How do i submit a tutorial like i can make one but where do i submit it
this might be my first challenge
@doshz Submit it as a post to the Challenges board. JSer wrote a markdown tutorial here so you can style it nicely: https://repl.it/talk/learn/A-Quick-Guide-to-Replit-Talk-Markdown/7448
@timmy_i_chen I don't live in America, so I don't have anywhere to spend a gift card for amazon... unless it is online
How do we receive the money if we win and also it does not have to be done in programming right?
Are we allowed to work on them now? Or do we need to wait for October 8th? I just want to make sure to be fair.
@Werewolfy You can work on them now! We want to make it fair by giving people time ahead of the competition to get started, that way the moment the competition starts everyone can post what they have. Before, usually whoever posted first would win, but this time, people get a bit more of an even playing ground. :)
Are multiple submissions per user allowed? How are you going to send the prizes? Is that competition open to everyone? Will you discriminate against minorities (i.e. age <= 18 or whatever the legal age is in some jurisdiction, location != USA, no street addresses for ppl in rural countries etc)? Most competitions are like that and I haven't really seen one that was truly open. This is especially important on this platform, as it's heavily used by the underprivileged, high-school students, people from various parts of the world etc. Have you taken them into account?
Can it be about things outside coding? Like can you make a slideshow about how to draw something using HTML?
When you say anything does it necessarily have to be about programming, and what should we use to create it.