Anyone with an AWS account can flip a coin using quantum mechanics

Amazon recently announced its latest AWS offering: Quantum computing as a service. It’s called Amazon Braket (pronounced “bracket”). Last week it moved from a closed beta to general availability.

Here’s how you can run your first quantum program in just a few minutes.

Step 1: Set Up Your Account

The first thing you need to do…

When building a client-server application, the client and server need to agree on how to talk to each other. For instance, if sending JSON, then the client and server have to agree on field names and data types. For databases, the concept is similar; without a schema, the only information…

The following is reformatted from a presentation I gave at LinkedIn last year.
The presentation attempted to explain functional programming without using concepts like “monads” or “immutability” or “side effects”. Instead it focuses on how thinking about
composition can make you a better programmer, regardless of what language you use.

Steven Heidel

I develop software and develop people. stevenheidel.com

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