A question posed at the nForum asked for a roadmap to learn Lurie's Higher Topos Theory, including helpful sources other than HTT itself (to read along it) and information about which parts of HTT should be skipped (example guide).

This question asks for a similar guide for learning algebra in the context of $(\infty,1)$-categories, at the level of generality of Lurie's Higher Algebra.

More specifically, *the focus should not be on DG-algebras*, being instead about more general mathematical objects such as $\mathbb{E}_k$-rings.

Nice things to include in such a guide would be other helpful sources, parts that should be skipped, or concepts that are best treated as black boxes (at least when first approaching it).

Here is the sister question to this one, which asks for a roadmap to Lurie's Spectral Algebraic Geometry.

howone should approach reading Higher Algebra by Lurie, one must askwhetherone should approach reading Higher Algebra by Lurie... (just kidding! just kidding!!) $\endgroup$ – Zach Teitler Jan 17 at 23:05