If you are a **beginner / rookie / fresher** to **quantum computing** and wondering on **how to get started with Quantum Computing**, here is the great piece of advice on **learning Quantum Computing**, posted by Aram Harrow, assistant professor of Physics at MIT. The following is the summary:

- Quantum computing is at the intersection of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science.
- Given above information, get started with learning some of the following:
- Physics (Quantum mechanics)
- Mathematics (Linear Algebra and Probability). Other topics may include group and representation theory, random matrix theory and functional analysis.
- Computer Science topics including but not limited to algorithms, cryptography, information theory, error-correcting codes, optimization, complexity, machine learning

### Quantum Computing Bookmarks

You may bookmark some of the following pages for knowing greatest and latest about **Quantum Computing** from time-to-time. These bookmarks will be updated on regular basis.

- Quantiki.org
- Quantum Computing – Reddit
- Quantum Computing – Stackoverflow
- Quantum Computing – Quora
- Research papers on Quantum Computing

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