Microsoft Q# Advent Calendar: Spirited & Seasonal Reading on All Things Quantum
…ahhhh re-running content is not good, unless it’s pertinent in some fashion. This will be run and re-run through Christmas… Because Quantum (and Santa) is Coming. Qubit.
Q# Advent Calendar 2019
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+ It’s December and that means it’s time for the Q# Advent Calendar! Every day leading up to December 24th there will be a new blog post on one of a myriad of topics related to Q#, written by Q# community members, as well as the Microsoft Quantum team… Last year we [Microsoft Q# blog] hosted the first Q# Advent Calendar – a blogging event in which every day in December one awesome community member writes a blog post about Q#.
+ Here’s a sample from the current advent calendar:
Dec 1, Alan Geller — What are Qubits?
Dec 2, Mariia Mykhailova — Decorating the Christmas Tree using Grover’s Search – Part 2: Growing with the Tree
Dec 6, Petar Korponaić — Shortcuts to Q# (Quantum Programming Studio)
Dec 8, Kitty Yeung — A Cat’s Quantum Computing Workshops
+ There are already some great blog posts published in this year’s calendar, and more are coming up, so don’t forget to check back daily for the newest entry. If you’re interested in contributing a blog post, there are still some open slots. To check out the Q# Advent Calendar, and find out how you can contribute, head over to the Q# Dev Blog.
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