Learning Development Concepts on Aptos

On Aptos, there are numerous avenues for interested individuals to learn more about how to develop and work with Aptos. The primary resource is Aptos.dev which has all the documentation available for newcomers to the Aptos Network.

Besides this, some in the community may already be aware that there are several projects in the Aptos Ecosystem that have focused on education and learning concerning the Aptos Move environment.

One of these is Overmind, which developed several Quests that give users Soulbound NFTs in the form of what they call “Neurons” which function as a proof-of-solution for the quests. Each quest’s Neurons come in limited supply. The Overmind platform has recently focused on the other Move based projects but their past quests can still be read about on their page.

Another project on Aptos that is focused on learning and education is the Move Spiders project. Some of the topics regarding development on Aptos that they focus on include: Foundational Move concepts, NFTs using Aptos standards, Aptos Framework, Advanced Move topics, Aptos Blockchain, and E2E Dapps. Check out their page on the Aptos Foundation site as well as their website to learn more !

One of the other avenues for aspiring Aptos Move disciples to learn more is the Aptos Learn website which focused on step-by-step tutorials which include sections such as Ace Aptos 101, Your First dApp Aptogotchi Part 1, Enhance your dApp Aptogotchi Part 2, Token Standard Aptogotchi Part 3, Streamlining User Authentication and more.

The most recent tutorial on the Aptos Learn site is focused on On-Chain Randomness, where users can learn how to use it to create a fair and transparent minting process for NFTs.

Finally, the Aptos Assistant is always there to help when it comes to development concepts on Aptos. It is still in Beta so it is a work in progress but it is a very helpful tool when it comes to navigating the ever growing Aptos Network and Ecosystem.

LFM :hammer_and_wrench:

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Was actually thinking about learning the move coding language to contribute to aptos. Will get on it.

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Great post @Angel. Would really like to get involved in all of this.

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On a side note, Aptos Founding Engineer @greg has stated that it is important to make sure that the Aptos Assistant is relaying correct information, especially when it has to do with code examples. Greg has stated that it is important to get the Aptos Assistant to fact check itself by asking “Are you sure” when it has given a code example just to make sure it is on point. Happy learning to all :slight_smile: :books:

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cool stuff.

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Good stuff

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It would be great seeing how the Aptos Assistant evolves with time.

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Always a good read, you donput a great deal of effort into your thread’s​:boom::boom:

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this is EXACTLY what. Iwas looking for!!! thank you. :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: <3

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Nice one thanks mate

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Very nice of you to share ser
Bookmark worthy for those interested in developer work

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Make the chain Attractive for devs and you gonna see them flood with interesting stuffs. I believe Aptos is working on that.

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Wow thanks for that that’s real alpha :eyes:
I was looking for such a guide !

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Thanks for this piece of information :+1:.

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Can’t post links, but I’d also add a repo from Econia Labs github (teach-yourself-move) for more of a roadmap/checklist.

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Great addition for sure !

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this has been super useful, thank you everyone for your contributions

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I found the assistant to be really powerful :slight_smile:

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ty for the post

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