The D-Wave Quantum QuickStart Bundle includes our expert-led, online quantum programming class PLUS unlimited Leap quantum cloud access for a month. With Quantum QuickStart, you can accelerate quantum application development and ramp up quickly.
Students will leave the programming course with the ability to:
- formulate basic real-world problems for the D-Wave quantum annealer
- understand how D-Wave software tools interact with the hardware
- solve problems using quantum, classical, and hybrid solvers.
The course runs for one week (5 days) requiring about 3-4 hours per day for each student. The material for the course consists of recorded lectures, quizzes, and assignments, which you can complete on your own schedule. Two instructors will be available to help as needed at almost any time of day. All of the content will be online so students can do the work anytime that week.
There will be live office hours to get assistance from instructors. If you are not available during office hours you will be able to leave questions and get answers. There will also be live guest lectures. The guest lectures are recorded in case you can’t attend the session live.
Prerequisites: Basic Python skills.
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Hear what previous students have to say about the quantum training course:
"Great balance between quantum theory, industry examples and coding practice... taught by knowledgeable and responsive instructors! Overall I'd strongly recommend this course."
"A genuinely interesting, perhaps even intriguing--in my case also enjoyable--and educating experience which delivers a surprisingly concise and comprehensive overview of the basics of Quantum Computing in but a few lessons. The teachers were also very friendly and it was a pleasure to work with them, even in this short amount of time."
“[This course] really was amazing. The most useful aspects were surely the videos and exercises, giving the right balance from theory to application.”