• Toolbar: Customizable Controller

    We are releasing a custom javascript setting for the controller widget. This way, every user will be able to modify the sidebar to meet their own script requirements. Join now and try the source code by yourself (still on an early development stage)!

  • DCO Programming: Submit

    Now you can officially join the programming area of the project! For the alpha stage, all members are able to access and use any part of the code. The controller widget and extra tools become functional after you log in.

  • Process Delegation: Classical Computer Separation Before “Multi-Core” Quantum Computing

    Essentially, we need to build or optimize a browser extension to separate all the similar processing algorithms independently (Javascript or Python, we need more programmers!) for then sending them to systems like Microsoft’s Azure Quantum and IBM’s Quantum Experience at the same time. The output console information is then collected by the extension and sent […]

  • Cooperative: Join!

    Open project announcement: make the deterministic quantum cooperative a reality, sharing circuits and procedures inside this new community. You will receive a unique login access to the files, share your knowledge and contrast it with others (free database uploading and partial code running inside the master-branch, too). Stay tuned!

  • Technological Democratization: Quantum Computing

    As it occurred with conventional programming languages, scripts and frameworks, quantum computing opportunities will get to more people and eventually anyone will be able to study the most part of a quantum computing career online. This has already happened in every classical informatics profession, and with quantum computers being built faster each time, probably won’t […]

  • Open Source Quantum Computing Frameworks

    This year many open source quantum computing frameworks have been released in beta stage by different companies. Among the most notable ones are Qiskit, Q# and Cirq. These are usable on noisy intermediate-scale quantum computers (NISQ) and some simulators too (like qsim).