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Challenging myself with Microsoft’s Quantum Computing development tools and Q#

Every evening I read a book to my youngest son. He’s turning 2 later this year and loves books. Or perhaps it’s just his way of buying more time before going to sleep. We started with Astrophysics for Babies, back in 2018. Since then, we’ve read Newtonian Physics for Babies, Rocket Science for Babies, General Relativity for Babies and plenty more. One of his favorites is Quantum Computing for Babies: It’s pretty great! Taking a complex topic, simplifying it as much as possible and still keeping it funny and approachable is a huge accomplishment from the authors. Don’t worry, we read normal children’s books, too. Last night, after putting my son to bed, I started thinking. Where, exactly, are we… Read More »Challenging myself with Microsoft’s Quantum Computing development tools and Q#