Q# team celebrates Festivus by listing Q# strengths - their favorite language features and tools.
Microsoft's Quantum Development Kit (QDK) is a set of open-source tools designed to help developers write quantum programs at scale.
The most recognizable element of the QDK is Q#, a high level programming language designed for quantum programs, but the QDK is comprised of much more than that.
We discuss code actions in Q# and the details of their implementation in the compiler.
A brief introduction to unit tests with Q#.
In this post Rory Soiffer, an intern with Microsoft's Quantum group during the summer of 2019, describes the project he worked on - building a framework for Q# compiler optimizations.
A look back at the second year of Q#.
We present the new set of introductory tutorials on the basic concepts of quantum computing, complete with programming exercises in Python and Q#.
This winter our team had an exciting opportunity to teach an introductory course on quantum computing at the University of Washington, led by Krysta Svore. This post is an overview of the course and its results.
This year at Microsoft Ignite 2019, Microsoft announced Azure Quantum, a full-stack approach to quantum computing. The Microsoft Quantum team had a booth on the show floor as well as several sessions on all topics related to quantum computing during the conference.
We consider the true nature of qubits, both as physical objects and as how they should be represented in a programming language.