London Quantum Computing Meetup

Tuesday, June 12 at 6:30 PM – LONDON, UK Quantum Meetup Topological Qubits are an approach to Quantum Computing that is looking to use quasi-particles called Majorana Fermions to create truly scalable qubit. Topological Qubits are an approach to Quantum Computing that is looking to use quasi-particles called Majorana Fermions to create truly scalable qubit…


Bristol Quantum Gameathon

In a run up BQIT – The Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop  18-20 April 2018. BQIT is aimed at answering everything you need to know about the emerging field of Quantum Technology. As part of the run up to BQIT:18 the Microsoft Quantum team spent the day at Bristol University sharing details of Microsoft Quantum…


A Beginner’s Guide to Quantum Computing and Q#

Guest post by Frances Tibble Software Engineer at Microsoft [ I’m the beginner in Quantum Programming.] Frances graduated with a degree in Computing from Imperial College London having completed a final year project with Microsoft Research. Frances now works as a Software Engineer for Microsoft focusing on Machine Learning and High Scale Data… and as…

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The London Quantum Computing Meetup – Join the future revolution

Quantum computing takes a giant leap forward from today’s technology—one that will forever alter our economic, industrial, academic, and societal landscape. In just hours or days, a quantum computer can solve complex problems that would otherwise take billions of years for classical computing to solve. This has massive implications for research in healthcare, energy, environmental…


Get started with quantum development

Want to explore quantum development? Begin today with the Microsoft Quantum Development Kit. Download now Your quantum journey begins here watch the following overview of the Quantum SDK Build with a quantum-focused language Get to know Q#, the brand-new quantum-focused programming language. Fully integrated with Visual Studio, enterprise-grade development tools give you the fastest path…