I liked it, it costed me a little because I am not a C programmer with big experience, and this course I feel is focused on C programmers that want to know how to "translate" their code to C++
Just right for programmers seeking to update their skills to the new V11 C++. I recommend getting the book by the author that helps along with a text or Coursera course on Algorithms.
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par Bingen E•
It accomplishes the main goal: help with the leap from C to C++, but:
- It's damn slow. I had to use the 1.5x or 2x speed all the time, and I'm not native English.- The format of the slides is really ugly (e.g., those bullet points in the code)- No lecture notes are provided- The references are to his (expensive) books instead- No source code of examples is provided either- Graph theory is interesting, but out of scope. Waste of time for those who already know it are not interested in and just want to learn C++. It would be better to provide references for optional reading or reviewing.
par harry l•
i must admit that i thought i would gain some more basic knowledge on c++
some namespace discussions , oop , special pointers etc.
the exercises were hard but... no real grasp of the c++ advantages.
i don't think i'll enroll to part B at this moment but im sure am encouraged to keep on learning this language also because of this course, and that's the reason for the third star i gave.
par Juanhao Z•
I thought at first according to the title of this course, that it should be an intro for c programmers. But it is more like a brush-up for already c++ programmers. Be ready to take some other course or reading parallel. Otherwise the homeworks are absolutely interesting and suitable for new-comer. It would be better if more videos with more details could be made.
par Derick R•
Too much focus on implementing Graph algorithms and too little about actually learning C++. The homework assignments time allocation (2 * 2 hours) is by far not enough to be able to complete the assignments.
par Arpit A•
In starting the course it's explaining two algorithms and its very difficult for to understand and complete the assignment.
overall the course is amazing.
par Ernesto L•
Week 2 assignment is surprisingly difficult to solve and it is too complex to solve compared with the rest of the course.
par Ruchita V C•
please start from basic basic things.we have to do study in deep.Time required complete assignment is more.
par Guilherme M F•
The course presents the topics in a non-linear manner. It should be called "Learning graphs with C++"
par Tirtharaj S•
sir,is very experienced person in this field but also too old to teach such complecated lesson.
par AMOL M M•
It was very good for as a beginner but this will be better if it is practical in the software
par Abhik B•
The course has enough materials but the assignments are too lengthy and not well formulated.
par SHAHEER Z•
the course could've been more interesting if uncommon things weren't select to be taught
par Joyal F T J•
Take this course only if you have a very good understanding of c and data structures
par Deep P•
This course very helpful to me the better theory lesson and explanation.
par Subhodip C•
Peer graded assignment checking system doesn't seem quite right to me.