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In July 2018 we announced the Quantum Katas – an open-source project aimed at teaching quantum computing and Q# programming. This July we’re celebrating the first anniversary of the Katas, so I decided to step back for a moment and look at how the project grew and evolved during this year.
We present the first batch of Quantum Katas - self-paced tutorials for learning quantum computing and Q# - in Jupyter Notebook format. Now you can solve the tasks from the tutorials in your browser without having to install any extra software.
International Women’s Day is a day to celebrate the women in our life. That includes the amazing women in our group who, among other things, work to shape the Quantum Development Kit and to bring you these awesome tools for quantum programming. Without further ado, allow me to introduce them to you – in their own words.
Last month we invited everybody to try out their quantum programming skills in the second Q# coding contest. Now that it's over, let's take a look at how it went.
We are excited to invite you to the Microsoft Q# Coding Contest – Winter 2019 – the second global quantum programming competition!
The F# and C# communities have blogging events called Advent Calendars, in which every day in December one awesome community member publishes a blog post about the language. I think it's an amazing way to bid farewell to the old year and to celebrate the new one, and Q# needs one too!
So, let's write some Q# blog posts!
The brief history and the key principles of the Quantum Katas - self-paced programming tutorials aimed at teaching quantum computing with Q#.