One Year of Quantum Katas

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.

Q# 0.6: Language Features and More

With our April release coming out, you may have noticed some major changes. This is therefore a good time to recap the language features we have introduced over the last couple of months, elaborate a little bit on the newest changes, and peek into what is coming next.

The Women of QuArC

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.

Q# – a Wish List for the New Year

In previous blog posts you have read about some of the ideas behind Q#, how it came into existence, and its development over the past year. You have read about quantum computing, quantum algorithms and what you can do with Q# today. With the end of the year approaching, there is only one more thing to cover: What is next?

A Year of Q#

The Quantum Architecture and Computation group launched Q#, our quantum computing programming language, a year ago on December 11th, 2017. This post is a brief overview of the language developments and the community growth since the first release.
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Qubits in Q#

How should qubits be represented in a quantum programming language? This post attempts to answer this question and discusses qubits representation in Q#.