HoloLens Pricing for Edu Save 10% with education pricing

For quotes, large orders and purchase orders, call 0800 026 0061 or email MSDirectUK@Microsoft.com. In order to empower more students and professors with Windows Mixed Reality, we are excited to announce the HoloLens Academic Promotion! From January 22nd 2018 to May 31st 2018, qualified academic institutions will be able to purchase discounted Commercial and Developer…

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HoloLens MR Apps for Education

All Apps can be found here: Link but here is a quick run down of Education content which is available on the HoloLens   Name Link Description Picture Galaxy Explorer Link Transform your room into our galaxy and explore new worlds in the winning idea from the Share Your Idea community. HoloTour Link With HoloTour,…

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Quantum Computing: Quick Reference Guide

Already understand the basics and just want to get stuck in? Can’t quite remember what the CSWAP matrix looks like? This post is for you. Here you will find a collection of all the main states/gates/matrices/useful maths bits/etc. covered so far in this blog series. This cheat-sheet will be updated as important new things are…

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Quantum Teleportation in Q#

[Note: This is the second post in the series ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Quantum Computing’ and assumes you’ve read the first post here.]   First things first, quantum teleportation isn’t going to get my grandma in Yorkshire to my flat in London, although that would be nice. Now, she’s heard I like this thing called…

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Bringing designers, businessmen and programmers together! for awesome ImagineCup.com entries

Guest post by Nicole Suen , MBA Candidate 2017-18, Imperial Business School, Imperial College London Microsoft Student Partner Imperial 3Hack 2.0 occurred on Feb 18th at Imperial College Business School. 3Hack 2.0 is an open-ended hackathon focused on bringing together students interested in below 3 major areas: design, business, and programming to use technology to…

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Quantum Computing Primer: Pure and Mixed States

This is one in a series of blog posts designed to get you up and running with Quantum Computing using Microsoft’s Q# platform. For all posts past and future, please refer to the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Quantum Computing and Q# Blog. Introduction In the previous post, I introduced the Bloch Sphere as a mechanism…

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Data Processing and Visualization in Java using Processing Extension in VS Code

  Microsoft MSP Workshop Thanks to the internet, the amount of data available for analysis has been growing exponentially for a while now. With this vast expanse of data available at our fingertips, it may be difficult to make sense of it all. This is where data visualization comes in – with the right visualization,…

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Quantum Computing and Q# Blog

Lost? Confused? Don’t know where to start with all this quantum computing stuff? Don’t panic! This post is intended to function as a start page/guide to help you navigate your way through the various quantum computing and Q# posts hosted here on the Faculty blog (https://aka.ms/faculty). Q# is Microsoft’s new quantum-focused language, designed to bring…

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Quantum Gates and Circuits: The Crash Course

This is the second in a series of blog posts designed to get you up and running with Quantum Computing using Microsoft’s Q# platform. The previous post can be found here. For all posts past and future, please refer to the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Quantum Computing and Q# Blog. Introduction Before we can move on…

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Making games with C# and Unity – Beginner’s Tutorial

  Guest post by Sondre Agledahl: Games programmer, CS student and Microsoft Student Partner at UCL Microsoft Student Partners ran an introductory workshop to game development with C# and Unity at UCL. The workshop was a great success and we covered a lot of important topics, but due to time constraints we weren’t able to…

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