Here’s an interesting look at the history of the transistor, Moore’s Law, and where we are headed.
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.
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 of Computer Science. Learn how students can get started with hands-on quantum programming quickly by completing a rich collection of quantum programming exercises in Q# (‘coding 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 for developers looking to get started in quantum computing.
The Economist has a great explainer video of what quantum computing will mean for the world.
What’s the future of the internet or communication in general? Could it be quantum? PBS Space Time explores the idea.
Here’s a great explainer video from ColdFusionTV on quantum computing.
Joe Scott has a great video explaining quantum computing and some of the recent advancements in the field.
In this video from ColdFusion, take a look at quantum computers and they promises they hold for the future.