i.e. we can prepare our state in a euclidean space without needing to apply any tensor product to prepare them
The state of a quantum system is always a vector in Hilbert space rather than Euclidian space, but that's largely a mathematical artifact of how we describe, model, and simulate quantum systems. In particular, just like with the kernel trick in traditional ML, we never write down those vectors in Hilbert space but prepare them implicitly.
Sweet, I'll get something moving soon for the chat platform stuff!
In the meantime verson 0.12 is out of the QDK, I wrote up some thought/context on the release notes here: https://twitter.com/crazy4pi314/status/1280174137973981201?s=20