#VS2017 – Main Namespaces to be used in Q#

Hi! When we create a new Q# (extension. qs) file, this new file has a main namespace (usualy our project name) and then it includes a series of namespaces that will be used in our operations. Something similar to this image The Q# file operation template includes 2 main namespaces to be used     open … Continue reading #VS2017 – Main Namespaces to be used in Q#

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#VS2017 – Releasing #Qubits using Reset() and ResetAll() in Q# on Microsoft Quantum Development Kit

HI! Yesterday I wrote on the MResetZ() which allows us to get the status of a Qubit and release it. Well, at the end of each Q# operation, all the used Qubits need to be released for the simulator to work properly. The following sample code will show a bad sample where a Qubit is used … Continue reading #VS2017 – Releasing #Qubits using Reset() and ResetAll() in Q# on Microsoft Quantum Development Kit

#Event – Materials used during the [#AI: Hype or Reality] session at #MSTechSummit Toronto

HI! Microsoft Tech Summit Toronto 2017 has ended and the time has come to share the materials of my presentation. During my AI for the Enterprises session, I did not resist commenting on one of the most sympathetic examples in the world of AI: Muffin or Chihuahua. I strongly suggest to the people to search for … Continue reading #Event – Materials used during the [#AI: Hype or Reality] session at #MSTechSummit Toronto

#QuantumDevKit – #Qubit operations in Q#

Hi! I'm still at the Microsoft Tech Summit Toronto, so it's time to share another interesting learned lesson from the Microsoft Quantum Development Kit. In today's post, I will talk about the possible operations that we can perform on a Qubit. Well, the post is short: We can only perform test for identity on Qubits … Continue reading #QuantumDevKit – #Qubit operations in Q#

#Quantum – Information about Simulators on Microsoft Quantum Development Kit (Do you have 16 TB RAM?)

Hi! Today is Microsoft Tech Summit Day in Toronto, so I will write a quick post about simulators on Microsoft Quantum Development Kit. I'm sure you already downloaded and installed he tools to work with Q#. So you see that when we created a Q# project, we can see that we have a Q# file … Continue reading #Quantum – Information about Simulators on Microsoft Quantum Development Kit (Do you have 16 TB RAM?)

#VS2017 – Hello QWorld using Microsoft #Quantum Development Kit (fix to build the project) [Updated]

Hi! Today is a special day, from this moment on, 98% of what I learned at the university is no longer useful for me. I will no longer use binary states in my computing devices, now is time to work with Quantum States. In fact, there is still a long way to make this a … Continue reading #VS2017 – Hello QWorld using Microsoft #Quantum Development Kit (fix to build the project) [Updated]

#Humor – Runtime error vs Compiler error

Hi! Old school Javascript developers will understand this one Greetings @ Burlington El Bruno Source: MonkeyUser, compiler error vs runtime error Braulio's Tweet, https://twitter.com/braulio_sl/status/939968030548905985  

#Event – Microsoft Tech Summit Toronto. Dec 13 & 14 :D

Hello! Fast post on Friday that Alexa has me completely stuck. Next week one of the biggest events for developers in Toronto takes place. Microsoft Tech Summit Toronto (link) This is a 2 days event with sessions covering many technologies (not only Microsoft ones), take a look at the agenda and you will be impressed. … Continue reading #Event – Microsoft Tech Summit Toronto. Dec 13 & 14 😀

#Personal – Contest: The #Alexa and #Arduino #SmartHome Challenge

Hi! Over the next few days/weeks/months I'll be working with Amazon Alexa. That's why it is very likely that during this time I wrote a couple of posts about Amazon Alexa, and obviously the first thing I will do is to test the relationship between Cortana and Alexa that was presented a few months ago. … Continue reading #Personal – Contest: The #Alexa and #Arduino #SmartHome Challenge