Contribute to our open source QDK

By open sourcing the Quantum Development Kit in GitHub, we enable developers to contribute alongside an emerging community of quantum computing programmers.

Every single contribution helps an expanding community of developers to use Q# to deliver exciting new solutions, tackling some of the most complex problems.

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Powering a new generation of development

Helpful resources to bring quantum apps to life

Samples

Samples demonstrate the use of the Quantum Development Kit for a variety of quantum computing tasks

Samples

Samples demonstrate the use of the Quantum Development Kit for a variety of quantum computing tasks

Katas

Quantum katas help you learn quantum programming with a series of self-paced tutorials

Katas

Quantum katas help you learn quantum programming with a series of self-paced tutorials

Libraries

Quantum computing libraries include chemistry and numerics

Libraries

Quantum computing libraries include chemistry and numerics

Docs

Docs include quantum computing quickstarts, tutorials, notebooks, and code libraries for end users, developers and IT professionals

Docs

Docs include quantum computing quickstarts, tutorials, notebooks, and code libraries for end users, developers and IT professionals

Q# dev blog

The Q# dev blog hosts technical posts, deep dives into the language and libraries, tutorials, developer event announcements and new release information

Q# dev blog

The Q# dev blog hosts technical posts, deep dives into the language and libraries, tutorials, developer event announcements and new release information

Collaborate with a community of quantum pioneers

The Microsoft Quantum Network is a global community of individuals and organizations working directly with Microsoft to advance quantum computing, develop practical applications, and build the quantum workforce of the future.

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