This is the fourth post in a series on quantum error correction. For other parts, check out the link at the bottom.

In the next set of posts we will be moving on to the promised land: we will start looking at surface codes. These were everyone’s favourite codes back…

This is the second post in a series on quantum error correction. For other parts, check out the link at the bottom.

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When storing and processing digital information, we use binary. Everything is expressed as strings of 0s and 1s. Though these are simple units of information, there is a…

Quantum computers are a new technology! Games are great! Let’s put them together! This is what I’ve been looking into for the past few years, and many others have now heard the call and joined the fun.

Nevertheless, you might be wondering why anyone would bother, and how they’d go…

First, you’ll need to know how to write quantum programs. Most tools to help you do this are written in Python. So here are some Python basics.

Next you’ll need to use a tool that allows to to create and manipulate quantum programs. As someone who works on a framework…

Updated in September 2020

Whether you are attending a quantum hackathon, or just want a quantum project to work on at home, I have some ideas for you!

What follows is by no means a comprehensive account of everything useful or interesting that can be done with quantum computing. It…

Dr James Wootton

Wrangler of qubits. Drinker of tea. Father.

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