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The following resources about Plutus are available:

Plutus Tutorials

Consists of a series of Plutus tutorials that you can follow to help you use the Plutus Playground and test the components of the platform that are already available.

Plutus Glossary

Contains relevant terminology and explanations to get you acquainted with writing Plutus applications.

Video Presentation on the Plutus Platform

In this session from the 2020 Cardano Summit, Michael Peyton-Jones walks us through working with Plutus, while Jann Müller then takes us through the Plutus Application Platform, where assets can be built and launched. He also demonstrates how tokens can be transferred using a smart contract.

Compiling and testing a Plutus app in the Plutus Playground

In this tutorial, Jann Müller (IOHK Engineering Lead) will walk you through the Plutus Playground. You will learn how to run a ‘Hello, World’ app as well as a ‘Vesting’ app.

Community Channels

Join the Plutus discussions over at the Cardano Forum for Plutus or if you are interested in participating in our Developers Slack channel, please fill out this survey and we will be in touch soon!

Providing Feedback

User feedback is important because it helps us improve the Plutus Playground. We want to hear from you about any usability issues or bugs that you encounter, or any suggestions for improvement you may have.

If you would like to provide your feedback, please raise an issue in the Plutus GitHub repository. Use the issue template provided and include the requested information as it helps our team understand what went wrong, or what we could do better.

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