# Quantum Computer Programming

### Quantum Bell States in Wolfram

The Bell states, also known as EPR pairs, are specific quantum states in which two qubits that represent the simplest ...

### Lesson 6: Visualizing Quantum States and Building Quantum Circuits

Being able to reason about how qubits evolve as they pass through quantum gate operations and assume different quantum states ...

### Lesson 7: Simulating Quantum Realities Using Qiskit’s Simulators

Introduction to Quantum Simulation Quantum simulation refers to efficiently modelling the time dynamics and properties of complex quantum systems using ...

### Lesson 5: Quantum Circuits, the Building Blocks of Qiskit

Introduction to Quantum Circuits Quantum circuits are essentially a sequence of quantum logic gates and measurements representing a quantum program. ...

### Lesson 4: Writing your first Qiskit Code

This lesson will be a step-by-step guide in which we will build basic quantum circuits, apply common quantum gates and ...

### Lesson 3: Installing Qiskit

This step-by-step guide will cover everything you need to know to install Qiskit locally so you can start experimenting. We ...

### Lesson 2: What is Qiskit?

In the last lesson, we learned the basics behind what quantum computing is and what it does. Now that this ...

### Lesson 1: What Is Quantum Computing?

Introduction to Quantum Computing Quantum computing represents one of the most exciting frontiers in technology today. We are witnessing steady ...

### What is PennyLane Quantum Computing? A Comprehensive Overview

PennyLane is a cross-platform Python library that enables the execution and training of quantum programs on various backends. Its different ...

### Testing Quantum Programs Locally and Running on Real Chips

Introduction Developing practical quantum applications requires extensive testing across both simulated and real hardware environments. Local simulation enables controlled debugging ...