Q# Advent Calendar 2021

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Q# Advent Calendar is a yearly blogging event in which every day in December one awesome community member writes a blog post about Q#. Check out the previous editions: 2018, 2019, and 2020, and let’s see what 2021 edition will bring!

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The rules are simple:

  1. Reserve a slot by leaving a comment on this post. (You can also tweet about it, but you’ll have to mention @tcNickolas to make sure we’ve seen it!) The slots are assigned on the first come, first serve basis. You do not have to announce the topic of your blog post until you’re ready to publish it, but we’d really love to hear it beforehand. (This also helps other bloggers to pick a topic that is not too close to the ones already covered.)
  2. Prepare a blog post (in English) about Q#, cool project you’ve done in Q#, learning Q#, teaching Q#, using Q# for research, tools for working with Q#… You got the idea. Note that Q# Advent Calendar accepts only original content. Don’t forget to check out the previous calendars for inspiration!
  3. Publish your blog post on your assigned date. Don’t forget to link back to the Q# Advent Calendar from your post, so that your readers can find the entire advent.
  4. Leave the link to your blog post in a comment to this post, and we’ll add it to the calendar. If you share a link to your post on Twitter, use hashtags #qsharp and #QsAdvent.
Date Author Post Title
Dec 1 Guen Prawiroatmodjo Hybrid Quantum-Classical Computing Models
Dec 2 Mariia Mykhailova Analyzing a Sudoku solver using resources estimation
Dec 3 Holger Sirtl DevOps for quantum computing
Dec 4 Vincent van Wingerden Quantum Secret Santa, part 2
Dec 5 Jonathan Daniel Expressiveness of Q# vs. OpenQASM 2.0 and 3.0
Dec 6 Utku Birkan QTurkey “Train the Trainer” program
Dec 7 Matt Zanner Being a Quantum MVP
Dec 8 Laura Gatti & Rafael Sotelo Quantum Computing for Undergraduate Engineering Students: Report of an Experience
Dec 9 Mario Cuomo Classic bit vs qubit and the no-cloning theorem
Dec 10 Mathias Soeken
Dec 11 Alan Geller Four years of Q#
Dec 12 Dmytro Fedoriaka Implementing elementary cellular automaton in Q#
Dec 13 Holger Sirtl Hybrid Quantum Application Architectures
Dec 14 Filip Wojcieszyn Partial application of callables
Dec 15
Dec 16
Dec 17
Dec 18 Adithya Balaji
Dec 19 Scott Carda Q# Formatter
Dec 20 Ryan Moreno Improving Q# debugging experience
Dec 21
Dec 22 Paria Naghavi Optimizing QIR: From Quantum Phase Kick back to Estimation
Dec 23
Dec 24 Chris Kang Hamiltonian simulation

Looking forward to reading your Q# stories!

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