To start off with, there is a lot of learning curve. Not so much around react but npm, webpack, and ES6. I would start with learning ES6. The react community uses it heavily and you may get stuck on an ES6 issue as opposed to it being a react or redux issue.
I once went to a session by Brian Holt that was very good. He has some github repos you can checkout that walk you through the setup.
Another thing I would recommend is watching the redux videos by Dan Abramov. He breaks everything down so you can understand what's going on.
Last thing, I would review a boilerplate repo to see how they did stuff. Like I said, there is lots of plumbing.
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