Day: August 16, 2019

Python

Sockets Tutorial with Python 3

Check out this tutorial on sockets with Python 3 and the associated source code.

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Philosophy Fridays

Philosophy Friday – Lao Tzu

The School of Life has a video exploring Daoism and its founder Lao Tzu. I thought it would be a good share for Philosophy Friday.  

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Azure

Introduction to Decentralized Identities

Danny Strockis joins Scott Hanselman to discuss decentralized identity, which gives users ownership of their digital identities and data by leveraging permissionless distributed ledgers. Links Related to Decentralized Identities Decentralized identity – Own your own identity Decentralized Identity Developer Docs DIF – Decentralized Identity Foundation decentralized-identity GitHub repo Create a free account (Azure)

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Python

Python NumPy Tutorial for Beginners

In this hour long tutorial, learn the basics of the NumPy library in this tutorial for beginners. It provides background information on how NumPy works and how it compares to Python’s Built-in lists. It starts with the basics of creating arrays and then gets into more advanced stuff. The video covers creating arrays, indexing, math, […]

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Quantum Computing Science

A Self-Study Guide to Quantum Mechanics

With the recent advancements in quantum computing (and the last two blog posts 1 2 ), a foundational understanding of quantum mechanics may be worth looking into. This video and related blog post gives you a some tips for learning quantum mechanics by yourself, for cheap, even if you don’t have a lot of math background.

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Quantum Computing

Quantum Computing and Workforce, Curriculum, and Application Development

Here’s an interesting talk from Microsoft Research on a quantum computing case study in conjucction with the University of Washington. Case study: Quantum computing curriculum developed with the University of Washington Recently, our Quantum Software experts partnered with UW to bring a 10-week Introduction to Quantum Computing and Quantum Programming in Q# to the school […]

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Microsoft Quantum Computing

Quantum Development Kit, Q#, and Katas

Microsoft’s Quantum development kit (QDK) and its programing language, Q#, are poised to empower both research and education in quantum computing and quantum programming. The QDK is provided with kata-based tutorials help to teach basic concepts of quantum computing such as superposition or measurement, or quantum algorithms (e.g. Grover search algorithm), providing a valuable tool […]

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