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. Onsite live Q# trainings in Pune can be carried out locally on customer premises or in NobleProg corporate training centers.
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Course: Getting Started with Quantum Computing and Q#
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Q sharp Course Outlines in Pune
In this instructor-led, live training in Pune, participants will learn the fundamentals of quantum computing and Q# as they step through the development of simple quantum programs.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
- 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.