Introduction to Quantum Computing

Master Quantum Computing and Understand all the Basics of Quantum Computing in just one course

3.96 (375 reviews)
Software Engineering
2.5 hours
Sep 2020
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What you will learn

The basics of quantum computing

Understand the Basics of Microsoft Q

Learn the basic Mathematics for quantum computing

Understand the basic quantum algorithms

Learn all the quantum computing theoritical concepts

Create and perform basic quantum computing tasks with Microsoft Q


Understanding what quantum computing is is definitely not an easy task. Indeed, since this is a new science there is a few places where you can find a quality introduction course about this topic. Indeed, usually all the course are either to advanced or simply does not cover properly the topic of quantum computing. But, this course is designed to give you all the basic knowledge about the topic. If you :

- Are a student and want to learn about new technologies

- Are interested about this topic but don't know were to find good resources about it

- Want to know how to work with different tools used for quantum computing

- Simply curious about the topic and you want to learn more about it

Then this course is definitely for you and you will love it. Not only you will learn different theoretical concepts that are really useful in quantum computing but you will also use different tools to practice everything that you have learned. Finally, you will not only have an introduction to the topic but also to Microsoft Q the programming language used for quantum computing.

The structure of the course

The way this course is designed will help learn all the concepts that you need to be able to understand the basics of Quantum Computing. Indeed, you will at first learn all the basics of mathematics especially linear algebra. Once again, you will not become a specialist in this field but you will at least understand the basic concepts of it that can be useful for your understanding of quantum computing. Then, you will learn what exactly is an algorithm and what is the difference between a quantum algorithm and a classical mathematical algorithm. Also, we are going to cover different quantum algorithms that are also really popular in this field. Finally, you will have an introduction to Microsoft Q. In my opinion this is pretty important to learn because this is the programming language that is used to perform different quantum calculations as well as testing or running different quantum apps.

Also, it's really important to understand that I created this course on the Principe of learning by practice. This is why even if this course is mostly theoretical, I tried to implement as much practice as possible. This way, when you will have completed this course you will not only be able to understand the basics of what is quantum computing but you will also be able to write basic lines of code and have a basic understanding of different quantum algorithms.

For who is this course designed

This course is created for beginners who have no prior knowledge of what is quantum computing and are interested by the topic. Indeed, you don't need to be an expert in any field to take this course, everything that is presented in this course is done very simply to help you understand from scratch everything you need to know about this topic. You will be introduced to different quantum algorithms as well as different mathematical notions that will allow to understand a bit more about this topic. So, if you are a student that wishes to learn more about this topic for educational or professional purposes you will definitely enjoy this course. Also, if you are just someone that find this topic interesting and you want to have a basic introduction to it well this course has everything you need. Not only you will understand Quantum computing in a theoretical way but you will also learn to use it in a more practical way.

Why should I take this course

The main reason is that you will be able to understand what exactly is quantum computing and all the concepts linked to it. In other words, you will learn different concepts as well different element that are pretty useful in quantum computing if you want to get more advanced in this field. Also, the course is well structured and made simple this means that you don't necessary need advanced knowledge in many fields to understand it. So, if you are passionate about quantum computing and want to learn more don't wait anymore and join the course.

There is no risk involved in taking this course

This course comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, this means that if your are not happy with what you have learned, you have 30 days ​to get a complete refund with no questions asked. Also, if there is any concept that you find complicated or you are just not able to understand, you can directly contact me and it will be my pleasure to support you in your learning.

This means that you can either learn amazing skills that can be very useful in your professional or everyday life or you can simply try the course and if you don't like it for any reason ask for a refund.

You can't lose with this type of offer !!

ENROLL NOW and start learning today :)


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What is Quantum computing
Characteristics of a computational system

Mathematics for quantum computing

understanding complex numbers part 1
understanding complex numbers part 2
Mathematics for quantum computing Part 1
Mathematics for quantum computing Part 2
Mathematics for quantum computing Part 3
Mathematics for quantum computing Part 4
Mathematics for quantum computing Part 5
The concept of Qubit part 1
The concept of Qubit part 2

Quantum computing algorithms

Introduction to different types of quantum computing algorithms
Quantum computing algorithms part 1
Quantum computing algorithms part 2
Quantum computing algorithms part 3

Programming Part

Introduction to Microsoft Q#
Setting up everything
Basic Microsoft Q# operations part 1
Basic Microsoft Q# operations part 2
Basic Microsoft Q# operations part 3
Basic Microsoft Q# operations part 4


November 18, 2021
Haa.. my expectations weren't that high but.. "complex stuff exists in quantum computings, quantum mechanics".. "the Qubit itself is useful in quantum computing." (Massages temples. If you don't have anything good to say, say nothing. If you don't have anything good to say, say nothing. Repeats this mantra over and over in my head.) Constructive feedback; This is a video course. It'd have been real nice to have some visuals or animations to help explain the concepts. A picture speaks a thousands words, I heard someone say once. Instead I saw the same generic background picture through every video. The IDE font size was too small. The course playback resolution is 720p on Udemy. VSC allows you to zoom in with CTRL+=. Maybe work on a script before you start the recording? Try not to repeat nonsensical things like "it's easy" or "that stuff" without some reference visually to what you are talking about? I learned nothing of value taking this course. I got it with a coupon so can't really complain, and I watched every part hoping to learn something but.. besides some extremely basic Microsoft Q# syntax that I could probably find anywhere, I don't feel like I learned anything of value that I couldn't have found with a Google search. If you're making these just to add to your CV it mightn't have the expected effect.
November 3, 2021
No tengo conocimientos de computación cuántica por lo que el curso se adapta perfectamente a lo que necesito en este momento para entender el tema.
October 20, 2021
Terrible. The math part was a very low level of teaching. The programming part it is a joke. you have to use all the screen instead of using the left side
September 12, 2021
Es una buena lección pero es un poco complicado entender cuando el presentador se traba hablando de fundamentos al no saber como expresarse correctamente, de todas formas me gusto mucho
August 9, 2021
I liked the introductory course and especially the practical aspects of using Q# to implement quantum computing.
July 9, 2021
This not an introduction to quantum computing! This not a course at all. Something like podcast that can be listening when cleaning home or cooking. not much worth to watch.
May 13, 2021
I am thankful for the free trial, but I could not get past the 5th video. Way too many repetitions, stutters, partial and/or unnecessarily verbose explanations, generic slides.
May 4, 2021
I love the theory behind quantum computing. It would be amazing to be able to compute massive amounts of data in minutes, even seconds.
April 13, 2021
Content is great just hard to understand. I'm guessing English is a second language. Its such a difficult topic having a language barrier just adds to the difficulty.
April 11, 2021
It is very basic course of Quantum Computing giving introduction of Quantum Computing. It is what expected of this course.
March 13, 2021
I previously took an introductory course on Quantum computing and know a little bit about the concepts. I enrolled in this course for learning a little more and specially learning Q#. But half of this course contains mathematical prerequisites which were not even used to explain concepts in this course..... not a single concept of quantum computing was explained properly and nothing was provided which cannot be known by reading the first article or seeing the first video that appears as a search result of "Quantum Computing" on Google or YouTube, only wasted a little more time than those. Q# programs were not well explained. Honestly I wouldn't have understood a single program if I didn't know the concepts already, it used a Hadamard gate for superposition, but it was not mentioned at all in the whole course, but suddenly used in the program..... I understood because I know what is Hadamard gate. An absolute beginner would be in an illusion that he/she learnt something but it just explains you high school math with poor quality which probably everyone knows and then incorrectly explains some buzz words in QC, and then pretends to explain a Q# program which was already written and probably the narrator also don't know how to write. The only defence is that the teacher keeps mentioning that he doesn't intend to go in depth, but ends up pretending to explain only the buzz words. The information about the algorithms was also wrong in some places: what ever was told about the Grover's algorithm, was actually about Shor's algorithm, Grover's algorithm is used for unordered search and not for breaking encryption, Shor's algorithm is used for that. Fooling the new comers! This course exist only for the sake of existing. No benifit. Waste of resources.
March 9, 2021
I switched off after section 1. It's basically someone talking about theories, not showing you them, how and why they work, and why this is useful for Quantum Computing. No useful diagrams or anything to help explain this fairly complex topic....
February 22, 2021
Explanations were lacking in any detail. Not good explanations even for beginners as not enough detail was given to get a decent picture of what quantum computing is. Lecturer does not seem knowledgeable on the topic.
January 22, 2021
This is the worst course I have ever seen on Udemy. Badly presented, many hesitations and corrections and incomprehensible explanations. While I work with complex numbers and linear algebra on a daily baisis I could not understand the explanations. The essential Qubit is not made clear and the final program part presents a trivial problem that can easily be solved in standard Python, not showing the power of quantum computing. And the code is almost unreadable because the standard font size is used.
October 16, 2020
Very vague definition of concepts. The instructor has difficulty with some words. The instructor does not explain several concepts because they are "too complicated".



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