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I am Chris Granade, a research software development engineer working in the Quantum Systems Group at Microsoft.

Check out my book with @crazy4pi314, Learn Quantum Computing with Python and Q# (Amazon pre-order, Manning Publications), coming in October 2020.


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  1. Library for Bayesian inference via sequential Monte Carlo for quantum parameter estimation.

    Python 80 30

  2. Q# libraries for the Quantum Development Kit

    Q# 384 143

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September 2021

Created a pull request in microsoft/qdk-python that received 2 comments

Add honeywell.hqs-lt-s2 targets to unit tests.

This PR adapts unit tests to include targets recently added to e2e test providers.

+2 −0 2 comments
Opened 8 other pull requests in 3 repositories
Reviewed 14 pull requests in 8 repositories
microsoft/Quantum 5 pull requests
microsoft/qsharp-runtime 2 pull requests
microsoft/QuantumKatas 2 pull requests
microsoft/iqsharp 1 pull request
microsoft/qdk-python 1 pull request
microsoft/qsharp-language 1 pull request
microsoft/qsharp-compiler 1 pull request
unitaryfund/mitiq 1 pull request

Created an issue in microsoft/iqsharp that received 2 comments

Rare race condition can cause Python host programs to hang

Describe the bug When running many small cells (e.g.: %simulate DoFoo for a short operation DoFoo), messages sent by the IQ# kernel can be silently…

Opened 4 other issues in 3 repositories

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