Monthly Archives: March 2020

.NET 5 preview support in OmniSharp and C# Extension for VS Code

As we all know, we have recently been spoiled with the first preview release of .NET 5. Additionaly, Preview 2 is just around the corner and is already available via dotnet-install scripts.

While it's still early days, we would want that OmniSharp users can work with .NET 5 as soon as possible, so we have just added support for .NET 5 in OmniSharp.

Let me quickly walk you through what you need to do to take advantage of that.

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Introduction to quantum computing with Q# – Part 1, The background and the qubit

Quantum mechanics is one of the fundamental theories of physics, and has been tremendously successful at describing the behavior of subatomic particles. However, its counter-intuitive probabilistic nature, bizarre rules and confusing epistemology have troubled some of the greatest physicists of the 20th century, even prompting Albert Einstein to remark “Old Man (often translated as 'God') doesn't play dice”.

In this post I am starting a new series that will introduce the basics of quantum computing – using examples in Q#.

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