Topic: q

Microsoft announces the public preview of Azure Quantum

Microsoft is providing more insight into its quantum computing efforts with the public preview of Azure Quantum. The newly announced solution is a full-stack, public cloud ecosystem for quantum solutions designed to give developers, researchers, systems integrators, and customers access to diverse quantum software and hardware solutions. “The transition to Public Preview of Azure Quantum … continue reading

Microsoft open sources quantum development kit

Microsoft is looking to open up the quantum ecosystem to experts, development and researchers with the announcement that its quantum development kit (QDK) is now open sourced. Microsoft hopes quantum computing will be used to help global challenges such as clean energy solutions and resource-efficient food production. It is already working with Case Western Reserve … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft teams up to teach Q#, Zendesk’s new developer capabilities and inNative for WebAssembly

Microsoft is teaming up with to launch an interactive course focused on quantum computing. The course will teach quantum computing and programming in Q#, Microsoft’s quantum-tuned programming language. Students can implement advanced quantum algorithms in Q# on the web without having to download an IDE. Q# has Python integration within the course, allowing the … continue reading

microsoft quantum katas

Microsoft releases open-source Quantum Katas tutorials for quantum computing

In order to give coders a head-start on quantum computing and learning its Q# programming language for quantum computing, Microsoft has launched the open-source Quantum Katas tutorial project. “Coding katas are great tools for learning a programming language,” the Microsoft Quantum Team wrote in the announcement. “They rely on several simple learning principles: active learning, … continue reading

Top 5 projects trending on GitHub

This week’s projects feature a revamped vim editor and an Arnold Schwarzenegger-based programming language … continue reading

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