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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Introduction to Quantum Computing

Guest post by Anita Ramanan Software Development Engineer at Microsoft Anita graduated from University College London in 2014 with an MSci in Natural Sciences: Atomic and Particle Physics and Physical Chemistry (TL;DR: Quantum Mechanics). Since then, she has been working at Microsoft and is now a Software Engineer focusing on the Internet of Things (particularly…


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…


Interested in Quantum Computing

At today’ Day 1 of Microsoft Future Decoded http://www.futuredecoded.com The team from StationQ announced the future of Quantum computing at Microsoft. If your interested in learning more about the announcements and the availability of Quantum programming and support simply visit http://www.microsoft.com/quantum  Resources Learn more at the Microsoft Quantum website: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/quantum/ Download the Quantum Development Kit:…

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Microsoft’s software for quantum computing, Liqui|>

Guest post by Vani Asawa Microsoft Student Partner at Oxford University About me Hi! I am Vani Asawa, a second year student at the University of Oxford studying Mathematics. Originally from India. I have always been very passionate about science and technology and knew from a very young age that I would be working in…

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Getting Started with LIQUi|> and Quantum Computing

Guest blog by Eric Chamoun Microsoft Student Partner at University College London About Me Hello, my name is Eric Chamoun and I am a second year Mathematical Computation student at University College London (UCL). I have always had a deep passion for solving complex problems and have always been extremely interested in technology. Also, I…


Quantum Computing at Future Decoded

Guest blog By Rob Fraser, Senior Director of Commercial Software Engineering at Microsoft Quantum is a very different form of computing. A quantum computer uses the physics of the very small, individual atoms and particles like electrons, to create a way of computing that can work on specific kinds of problems that are currently intractable…


Quantum Computing

  Station Q in sunny Santa Barbara, California is made up of their own highly diverse set of theorists and experimentalists seeking to build a functional quantum computer. The team is made up of experts with a backgrounds in both quantum computing and computer science. So what is Quantum Computing The following video discuss the…


TechDays Online 20th, 21st & 22nd Feb 2017

Join us on 20, 21 and 22 February for the first Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) led TechDays Online of 2017. On day one, MVPs and community leaders will delve into the World of Mobile Development, BOTs and Data Science followed by day two, where MVPs from around the Globe will share their knowledge of…