Quantum Bayesian Networks

January 10, 2018

Trend Graphs for quantum computer programming related topics

Filed under: Uncategorized — rrtucci @ 3:45 am

Programmers like me often fret over whether they are learning the programming language du jour, because employers usually only want to hire those who already know a specific p. language. And the more popular a p language is, the more jobs are available using it. It’s an annoying fact of life for programmers that there are numerous p languages available, and that they tend to peak in popularity and then become less and less popular over time. In the old days, I used to go to a Barnes & Noble book store and there gauge the popularity of each p language by the relative number of books available for it on their shelves. Nowadays, to gauge such popularity, I go instead to the webpages at Google and StackOverflow that generate trend graphs.

The purpose of this blog post is to gather in one spot links to trend graphs comparing topics that I personally think are important and related to quantum computer programming.

StackOverflow trend graph for various computer languages used in quantum computing, big data, ai, statistics (javascript > python > java > C#… Haskell used by Quipper is insignificant. C# getting less popular over time)

Google trend graph comparing: Cortana, Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant (Alexa peaking, Microsoft Cortana lowest)

Google trend graph comparing: TensorFlow, PyTorch, quantum computing, quantum computer, bayesian (TensorFlow superpopular, especially in China)


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