Now open source, see the latest updates to the Microsoft Quantum Development Kit. Including how it's easier for you to jump into Quantum programming with self-paced learning exercises called Quantum Katas; the new samples for Numerics and Chemistry that give you examples of quantum programming and algorithms; the enterprise-grade development environment that integrates with Visual Studio and several new chemistry packages including a new release with 1Qubit for intermediate-scale Quantum solutions.
Learn the core concepts of Quantum Computing, go to https://aka.ms/QuantumMechanics
For the Microsoft Quantum Development kit samples repository on GitHub, go to https://aka.ms/quantum-samples
To get Quantum Katas as Jupyter Notebooks, go to https://aka.ms/online-quantum-katas
To learn more or share your feedback, go to https://aka.ms/docs.microsoft.com/quantum