13 juin 2021
Undeniably one of the best computer science courses. The advertising isn't false! This course permanently changed my perspective on hardware and software along with the relationship between the two...
17 févr. 2017
An excellent course provided by phenomenal professors! Everything is broken down into simple, easily understandable portions, and leaves you with a clear idea how to proceed to solve a given problem.
par Andrew Y•
27 déc. 2020
Very well designed course. The provided simulators and tests are very helpful for the assignments. The material itself, walking you through designing a computer in HDL and then writing an assmbler, is awesome.
par SANAD K•
4 déc. 2020
"Everything I need to know I learned in second grade"
These two guys are OGs for me they have a way of explaining things in a really easy way . I am indebted to them for demystifying the computer for me.
par Rohan K S•
3 avr. 2022
anyone from computer science background or is curious how a metal thing works as a computer must need this course to actually know how software and hardware are made and layered so as to make our life easier.
par Massimo S•
11 janv. 2021
Loved the course! Prof. Nisam and Prof. Schocken were absolutely capable of building new notions on top of previous material. This gives the feeling of slowly mastering all the parts starting from the basics
par Nelson P•
22 juin 2020
Amazing. As a self-taught software engineer, I didn't have an understanding of computer architecture and how code is actually run. This course demystifies all of that. Projects are challenging yet rewarding.
par Pushkar S•
13 janv. 2020
This is an incredible course. I loved it 100%. I audited the course first, and then I just wanted to complete the assignments for a certificate. I enjoyed doing that a lot especially making the assembler!!!
par Michael P•
15 juin 2018
This is a great course with a well-written text book to go alongside it. The projects increase in difficulty at a pretty good rate. It was well worth the time and effort I put in. Looking forward to part 2.
par Aswan K•
24 mars 2021
Easily one of the most challenging, engaging and rewarding online courses I have ever attempted. It was an empowering experience to successfully complete nandtotetris Part1. Thanks for this amazing course
par U A•
30 avr. 2020
Great way of helping understanding everyone of how computer works internally from a nand gate to assembly language. It gave idea about the architecture as well. It was a great experience overall.Thank you.
par Ankit G•
31 déc. 2019
The very first course that was able to provide the practical knowledge of the working of a computer without any abstraction, apart from week 6 that had a bit of programming and text processing abstraction.
par Steven B•
22 nov. 2021
Excellent. Great introduction to gates, boolean logic, CPU design, assembly and machine language. Instructors were stellar and there was plenty of outside reading material to support the course as well.
par Santiago R M d A•
16 oct. 2021
Computers, demystified. Although going from Nand gates to the Tetris game seems like an impossible task, layers of abstraction allow YOU to do exactly that in a few straightforward steps. Amazing course!!
5 avr. 2020
Detailed explanation, step-by-step knowledge. Perfect for novices. Taking this course is a pleasure, not only to gain knowledge, but also to build confidence in programming. Wonderful Course!!! (￣▽￣)"
26 août 2018
Fantastic! It is very interesting and projects are easy to finish. The most important thing is I've learned a lot about computer system concepts in a bigger picture. Thanks a lot, Prof.Noam & Prof.Shimon!
par George C•
17 janv. 2021
Excellent work ! And there are absolutely, I mean absolutely, no typos, neither in the book nor in the extra material. Attention in detail, and the content is just as much needed - neither more nor less.
30 mai 2022
Great course, beautifully crafted. It doesn't feel too fast paced neither too slow and provides everything you need to know to learn! Definitely recommended. I can't wait to get my hands on the part 2.
par Amartya R•
18 juin 2018
nice course !! going to add this in my resume ! learned so many things and now computer is 1% more understandable than previous !juts kidding ! Now ,I really know some good basics of how computer works!
par Mark W•
14 oct. 2016
The course is well structured, leading the learner through project based learning from one conceptual level to another. It's completion was very satisfying and I look forward to From Nand to Tetris II.
par William C•
19 mai 2020
Great course and definitely improved my understanding on how a computer works! Love the videos and the assignments. The Q&A from their website is a gem! I wish I have them as my professor in my school!
par Branko B•
17 juil. 2019
This course was really great and covered everything it aimed to. Noam and Shimon broke down concepts simply and made them easy to understand. I'm moving on right away to the second part of this course!
par Mitchell K•
13 août 2022
Coming from a high level programming backgroun with a degree in games programming, this course was amazing to fill in the gaps in my knowledge, and solidify low level computer science fundamentals.
par Mohammed H•
22 juin 2021
I now clearly understand the hardware I use to develop computer programs. Its no longer a mystery for me. Thanks to the instructors for an amazing content. Will definitely complete Part 2 as well.
par Chung-Hung W•
22 nov. 2020
Excellent course. Perfectly serve my purpose to demystify how computer works, and make good bridge among electronic engineering, chip design, computer science, and programming. Highly appreciate!
par Youssif R 2•
16 juil. 2020
this one of the most elegant courses a computer engineer can take in the early beginnings of his undergrad study, it will give him the overall view of digital design and computer architecture.
par André M•
18 juin 2020
Lovely learning experience. Engaging and passionate lessons, well-explained concepts and fantastic pacing. The grading was also fantastic; this is the best way to conduct a course of this style.