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As discussed with @Arachnid
**Submission Deadline**: April 30th
**Judging Criteria**: Best submission
**Judging Date**: Week following submission date
**Bounty**: 2.25 ETH
**Guidelines and details**
The tutorial aims to get someone started with the following about ENS (minimum, feel free to add more):
- What is ENS, and why would a developer want to use it?
- How to add ENS to an application
- Configure an application to use ENS
- ENS Interfaces
- Looking up an address
- Looking up a balance
Alongside the tutorial should be a full code example that a reader can follow and create, resulting in a functional application at the end of the tutorial.
Text should be written in clear technical English and follow a similar style to the existing ENS documentation. Preferably using as little unnecessary passive voice, future tense and weasel words as possible.
I can also help review the tutorial from a written and explanatory side and the ENS team from a technical side. The ENS documentation currently uses DocBook, which is Markdown with a few extensions.