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Check out the resources on this page especially the textbook as that starts from the very fundamentals and works up. There are also tutorials to teach you about the basics of quantum computing and work up to very complex topics. As for resources in Spanish, if you join the qiskit Slack community there is a channel #spain where they discuss quantum computing ...


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Quantum Computation and Quantum Information by Nielsen and Chuang.


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Probably the first big reference I would highlight is qsharp.community. Its a community org where we work on projects and collecting learning materials for Q#. Contributions are always welcome, so just make a PR on a repo or hop on the gitter and say hi! I'll also add that I am working on a textbook that is currently in Early Access called Learn Quantum ...


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To get started with quantum computing in general, you need to start by learning some of the theory behind it - unlike classical programming, you don't have any intuition about what is going on from your previous experiences, so jumping right into programming might be a bit too steep. There are a lot of resources out there to help you with this, you might ...


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I'm not familiar with q#, but I have used qiskit extensively. Qiskit is a python package supported by IBM, so obviously you need to know python. There are many tutorials and instructive Jupyter notebooks on the qiskit syntax and even some basic quantum mechanics. A qiskit based textbook was just released. I haven't read it yet, but maybe you'll find it ...


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