Azure Csharp .NET .NET (Core) development .NET 5 .net 6 ASP.NET Core Web API Azure DevOps ASP .NET Core .NET Patterns & Practices C# Microservices Identityserver Blazor
Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Join for a journey into the extraordinary Quantum Computing, where we will fist talk about some of the spooky properties of elementary particles, line superposition and entanglement, and then we will build our first Quantum Program!
In order to do that, we will install Microsoft's Quantum Development Kit and use Q# to create a random number generator with an upper limit bigger than the number of the atoms in the universe. At the end, we will learn how to consume Q# libraries, like the one created, from a C# or F# app.
George is a Cloud Solutions Architect and .NET Software Engineer with more than 20 years of professional experience. He got his bachelor’s in applied informatics and two associate degrees in software and network engineering while in his hometown, Thessaloniki, Greece. The last 4 years he lives with his family in Munich, Germany where he enjoys hiking and cycling in the Bavarian alps.
George has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP for Developer Technologies, for his deep involvement with the Microsoft Communities; he is the founder and organizer of a few here in Munich - the biggest one being the “Munich .NET Meetup” with almost 1500 members. He also speaks at conferences and user groups all around the world, writes on his blog, contributes to open-source projects on GitHub, acts
as a judge for the Microsoft Imagine Regional Cup and mentors teams for the Microsoft Imagine Cup World Champion - the last one, V-Bionic, won first place!