Microsoft is one of the top three language players in the Quantum space where it supports the open source language Q#. Other open-source languages such as Qiskit and Cirq from IBM and Google are challengers to be the most adopted Quantum languages employed by developers and researchers. In the quest to own the Quantum Computing ecosystem, each language is supporting existing developers and hoping to bring new developer’s into the fold. Now Microsoft is making it easier for learners to find their level of quantum computing and aims to build a curriculum around their needs.
Introduction to Quantum Programming with Microsoft If you ever wondered how to use Microsoft Products in creating quantum algorithms, here is a very minimal example piece of code based on a Microsoft example. However the reason the code exists here in this git hub repo is that there appears to be quite a few issues […]
Introduction to Quantum Computation with Microsoft Q# Quantum is a vast field and an area that is burgeoning. You might have seen the news about various companies from IBM to Google to Microsoft working on Quantum Computers. There is a lot of hype and a lot of noise, but there is (IMHO) a dearth of […]