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A quantum circuit logical puzzle

This blog offers you a quantum logical puzzle: you are given the outline of a simple quantum circuit and a set of clues about it, and you have to complete the circuit based on the clues.

Visualizing resource estimates with the trace simulator and quantum-viz.js

Estimating the resources and visualizing execution traces of Q# programs are useful tasks. The trace simulator from the QDK and quantum-viz.js Javascript library help to perform those. In this blog post, we customize the trace simulator to output a circuit with hierarchy and resource information to be displayed with quantum-viz.js. The ...
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Hybrid Quantum Applications with Azure Functions

Quantum applications are typically of hybrid nature: there is always a classical component that submits and monitors the quantum jobs at runtime. This blog shows how Azure Functions can be used to integrate quantum components written in Q# via APIs into classical applications in a serverless model.
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Being a Quantum MVP

Learn about Microsoft's "Most Valued Professional" MVP program, how quantum MVPs are contributing to and helping build a vibrant quantum computing community today, and how you can become one!
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DevOps for Quantum Computing

This blog post shows how DevOps practices need to adapt when software includes both classical and quantum components, resulting in a repeatable, high-quality process for building, deploying, and monitoring hybrid quantum software.
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Hybrid Quantum-Classical Computing Models

This post is written as part of the Q# Advent Calendar 2021. Happy Holidays! If you’ve taken a stab at quantum programming, you’ll probably have heard of “hybrid quantum-classical computing”. Not to be confused with hybrid cloud or hybrid computers, hybrid quantum-classical computing is a popular topic among quantum computing ...
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