Today, we are excited to team up with hack.guides() to bring you a Tutorial Contest. Hack.guides() is a community of developers focused on creating tutorials to help educate and share technical knowledge. This contest is the perfect opportunity to share your knowledge, help other developers, contribute articles to an open-source project, and win a prize along the way. Hack.guides() tutorials bring the developer community together to create and curate collaborative content. With the GitHub API backend, hack.guides() tutorials can be forked, improved, and merged by simply using a pull request.
Technical tutorials are a fantastic medium for developers to share their experience and best practices on a variety of technologies. Our guest bloggers have written a variety of tutorials on topics including how to use AWS IoT and Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) to voice control connected devices and how to easily publish changes into AWS Lambda via the command line interface. We also shared some community tutorials from Alexa developers on how to implement Google Analytics to monitor skill performance and storing variables with persistence to create innovative skills.
We have created easy-to-use skill templates that show new developers the end-to-end process of building an Alexa skill. Visit our Trivia skill, Fact skill, and How-to skill tutorials.
Think you can create the next tutorial on how to build an Alexa skill? Join the hack.guides() Tutorial Contest and submit an ASK tutorial for a chance to win $500 from hack.guides().
To get started, check out the details of the contest and start building your tutorial today.
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