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I know this perhaps not a suitable topic for this SE - after all, this is about QC knowledge sharing - but I am wondering if this could be a resource for people who are interested in the field, are currently enrolled in college - undergrad and beyond - and would like to know the best way - for their current station in the physics/QC track/journey - to approach/pursue the many opportunities there are out there.

I really hope the community takes upon this question and this becomes a wiki for people to come and see the feedback from the community to be better prepared to compete for those learning opportunity - specially the internships, which as far as I know, are not that many.

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  1. Play "Hello Quantum" it is a game by IBM on App Store and iTunes
  2. Sign up for IBM Q / Quantum Experience - https://www.ibm.com/quantum-computing/technology/experience - when you are there bookmark http://qiskit.org and https://qiskit.org/textbook/preface.html
  3. Look for Blogs especially Microsoft's and Jonathan Hui's blogs - they are fantastic! https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/quantum

    https://medium.com/@jonathan_hui/qc-quantum-computing-series-10ddd7977abd

  4. Eventually make it a habit to look at papers in what interests you at arxiv.org if Finance is what interests you - start with this paper https://arxiv.org/abs/1807.03890
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