Online or onsite, instructor-led live Q# (Q-sharp or Q sharp) training courses demonstrate through interactive hands-on practice how to use Q# for expressing quantum algorithms.
Q# training is available as "online live training" or "onsite live training". Online live training (aka "remote live training") is carried out by way of an interactive, remote desktop. Kazakhstan onsite live Q# trainings can be carried out locally on customer premises or in NobleProg corporate training centers.
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European Space Agency (ESA/ESTEC)
Course: Getting Started with Quantum Computing and Q#
Quantum computing algorithms and related theoretical background know-how of the trainer is excellent. Especially I'd like to emphasize his ability to detect exactly when I was struggling with the material presented, and he provided time&support for me to really understand the topic - that was great and very beneficial! Virtual setup with Zoom worked out very well, as well as arrangements regarding training sessions and breaks sequences. It was a lot of material/theory to cover in "only" 2 days, wo the trainer had nicely adjusted the amount according to the progress related to my understanding of the topics. Maybe planning 3 days for absolute beginners would be better to cover all the material and content outlined in the agenda. I very much liked the flexibility of the trainer to answer my specific questions to the training topics, even additionally coming back after the breaks with more explanation in case neccessary. Big thank you again for the sessions! Well done!
Course: Quantum Computing with IBM Quantum Experience
Going through the notebooks, becoming more familiar with Qiskit and the various ways to do things.
Bank of Canada
Course: Practical Quantum Computing
Q-sharp Course Outlines in Kazakhstan
- Install and configure Microsoft's Quantum Development Kit.
- Understand the concepts behind quantum computing.
- Build, test, execute, and troubleshoot a quantum program using Q#, Visual Studio and a local quantum computing simulator.