I am from a computer science background and I find it difficult to decide on the resources I should focus on while learning quantum computing, since there is so much to read/watch. My ultimate goal is to make a programming language acting as an interface between quantum computers and the person similar to 1972 when C was made. As a realistic intermediate stage, I would like to get to the point of writing programs on IBM's QISKit.
For that, I would need a schematic study guide in order to acquire the necessary background in Physics and the related fields required to dive into the field of quantum computing. Does this already exist: an ordered list of indispensable concepts and abilities to master, which if possible also mentions adequate material to acquire each of them?
Assume a high school level physics knowledge. Provide a study guide i.e. from beginner to expert kind of guide. Try to list video/book resources that one should follow in a chronological order so as to become an expert in the field of quantum computing to the level I can write my own quantum computing language (assuming already have other CS skills to write the language).