After you have gone through a demo, you can go much deeper by working through the various interactive Jupyter Notebooks that are available.
Whereas the demos explain how the D-Wave system solves different types of problems and why those problem types are important in the real world, the Jupyter Notebooks teach you how to write working code that will run on the system. You can access the notebooks here.
Important: The Jupyter Notebooks do not store user data. This means that the code in the notebook calls reverts to its default state when you exit the notebook or leave your session idle for 30 minutes. Copy and paste any code you want to keep from the notebook cells.
As with the demos, the code you run in the notebooks actually runs on the D-Wave quantum computer.
Important: Copying the link to a Jupyter Notebook from your browser will reference your name (for example https://cloud.dwavesys.com/learning/user/johnsmith/...). To maintain your privacy, edit such links before posting in the Leap Community.