You've likely heard of quantum computing, and all it's fantastical promises, but probably don't know where to get started in this emerging field. This course will teach you all you need to know to get started with Q# and jump right in.
Would you like to gain the ability to start designing your own quantum algorithms? In this course, Quantum Computing: Getting Started with Q#, you will learn foundational knowledge of quantum computing principles. First, you will learn quantum superposition. Next, you will discover quantum entanglement and teleportation. Finally, you will explore how to design quantum algorithms. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of quantum computing with Q# needed to begin designing your own quantum algorithms.
Chuck Bates is a Software Engineer at Pluralsight and a trained Physicist who lives in the greater Salt Lake City, Utah area. You can find Chuck attending and presenting at local Software Craftsmanship and .NET user groups, and as a member of the American Physical Society. While receiving his physics education, Chuck focused on both Astrophysics and Quantum Mechanics.
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