Free Quantum Programming on the IBM Q Experience

- Programming, Mathematics

City numerically connected to computers

You can now watch yours truly explain the basics of quantum programming and how to execute a custom quantum program on the IBM Q Experience in less than 10 minutes!

The following video summarizes my very first blog post Quantum Programming 101 in a dynamic format and apprends to it a real-time demo.

I originally made this for my audition with Pluralsight. I used their audition kit as a base for the slides, hence the similar style with their online courses. Special thanks to them for allowing me to publish this slightly-edited version to everyone for free!

Enjoy the video!

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