Is your New Years' resolution to start writing quantum-computing algorithms as a side hustle? Hey, me too! So I'm going to spend this weekend playing around with Microsoft's newly-released "Quantum Development Kit". It includes their...Show More Summary
Microsoft Corp.’s efforts to engage the developer community have taken a decidedly futuristic turn. The company this morning released a software bundle called the Quantum Development Kit that can be used to build applications for quantum computers. Show More Summary
Microsoft is taking its first steps toward equipping developers with the tools they need to develop for quantum computers. Mainstream quantum computing may be a long way off, but Microsoft is getting developers ready now....
Microsoft has released a free preview version of its Quantum Development Kit, which was announced back in September as an initiative for developers who are keen to program on quantum computers.
Microsoft today released the first public preview of Quantum Development Kit which will help developers learn how to program a quantum computer which is believed to be the future of computing. Along with the Quantum Development Kit,Show More Summary
At the Microsoft Ignite Conference in September, Microsoft let it be known it was going to be a player in the future of quantum computing, and today the company took another step toward that goal when it released a preview of its quantum computing development kit. Show More Summary
Microsoft is rolling out a preview of its promised Q# language, compiler and simulator to help developers get an early look at how quantum computing works.
IBM put some more meat on its roadmap and plans to commercialize quantum computing for enterprises. For now, developers will get APIs and a software developer kit to play with qubits.