22 juin 2016
This course is the best course I have ever taken. It covers all the topics very well. And importantly I love the treat at the end of every week. The ultimate showdown between the two best instructors.
1 avr. 2020
A very elegant yet fun way to explain python. I have used the skills learned here and build very useful scripts and python-based micro-services in my current company that have enabled many use cases.
par Tibra A•
8 janv. 2018
This is a great course. It builds on the previous course where the student is introduced to event-based programming. In this course the emphasis is on object-oriented programming and the instructors do a great job. They provide a lot of help in terms and the way that they build up the course the assignments almost write themselves. I enjoyed doing this course a lot and learned a lot from it.
par Ahmad E H•
7 mai 2020
A great continuation course from part 1, this course introduces object-oriented programming and tries to shift your mentality to that. it doesn't cover in details all of the OOP principles as it is not a course about OOP, it is about learning programming principles by doing fun games graphically using the idea of classes, objects and methods. Thank you for the top-notch professors.
par Evgeniia P•
19 août 2018
It was an exciting experience! Very interesting course with a lot of useful information and fun at the same time. Teachers are very nice and provide the information in a very convenient form. You have a right amount of theory and lots of practice which is great (cause you can't be a real programmer without righting code). Thank you, guys, for this great course!
par Joshua B•
30 mai 2016
I learned a great deal. No shortage of frustration in getting the mini-projects spot on, but that's just the learning curve for (Python) programming. If it wasn't challenging, it wouldn't be so rewarding, and rewarding it has been!
I learned to just never give up, that there's always a way (within reason). Thank you to all the profs at Rice.
Cheers... Joshua B-A
17 mai 2019
A great introduction course of python programming for beginners. Both the optional practices and the quiz are well designed to help me review what I've learned. I learned a lot and enjoy a lot in the mini-project in each week, though I got stuck many times in debugging the code. And the instructors are humorous, which makes the class more enjoyable.
par Ikseon K•
21 mars 2018
This course is not easy for beginners, but meaningfully challenging. It's worth of challenging and trying. Also, professors try to do their best to deliver the contents as interesting as possible. I fully respect them and thank for their genuine efforts. I love this course and I'd like to recommend others to join. Thanks a lot, professors!
par Song S•
25 mai 2019
I like this series of courses as it takes advantage of various mini-projects to help students completely understand concepts. Those mini-projects are not easy, but if you take previous courses, you can finish it after thinking carefully. I have acquired a lot in those courses, thanks everyone who make efforts to perfect those courses.
par Lukas C•
26 août 2020
The course content is pretty good, the only con is that sometimes the practice exercises are a bit vague. The Instructors, make accidental mistakes and purposeful in the video, but in the end, they teach what not to do and what not. Overall, the class was great as for me(an 8th grader), it inspired me program more with Python.
par Tamira G•
31 mars 2018
Great class for beginners. Cool to go from zero to writing short game programmes. Huge confidence boost. The lecturers were great fun, there was a playful atmosphere hat made learning enjoyable. Not very theoretical, but more applied. I would recommend it for people who have never programmed before.
par Filip B•
6 févr. 2018
The course is very good for understanding how games really work and to practice coding with objects. Although I think that it is quite hard for beginners, it is manageable but with many hours. Projects are very interesting and it is very encouraging to create one game each week. :)
par Max B•
17 févr. 2019
Great follow-up to part 1, you don't want to miss the fun projects in part 2. I haven't had much experience from building games and using GUIs, and really learned a lot from this course. Also, CodeSkulptor is great together with the fun and easy-going lectures. Highly recommended!
par Thomas R•
11 janv. 2022
As with all the courses I've encountered on the Fundamentals of Computing Specialization this is a really impressive and substantive course, great stepping stone from the myriad "Intro to Python" courses out there, into more involved programming activity, and a nice focus on OOP.
par Deleted A•
28 sept. 2018
A very fun and educational course. I could easily connect the theories of the lectures with the applications of building a fully fledged game! I highly recommend this course if you have undertaken Part 1 of the specialisation, or have a basic understanding of python already.
par Daniel K•
21 mai 2019
I thought this class was a great learning experience. I would definitely recommend it. The material was presented in an easily-understood manner by the instructors; CodeSkulptor is a great tool for learning Python; and, if you stick with you, you are going to learn a lot.
18 mai 2019
I LOVE this class. Really. It helps me so much, it makes me falling in love with python also.
I never know coding for interactive games before, when thinking for the logic, it maybe a little difficult, but it's challanging!
Thanks for Joe and Scott for this super class!
par Scott P•
13 janv. 2019
Fun class! This was the first course I had taken to learn Python. It is an excellent introduction to programming. It covers event handlers, GUI design, Object Oriented Programming and more. Yes, it is really fun. The material and tools are organized and polished.
par C. P R•
24 juil. 2018
Loved the course and will miss the instructors. They were funny and made the material very accessible. I'd never encountered object oriented programming before and have gained a new appreciation for it! Will certainly be taking more courses offered by Rice.
par Tom S•
11 juin 2017
The programming assignments are challenging without being too difficult. The most useful Python features are demonstrated and used in many projects, ensuring competence in the language at the end of the course. Be prepared to spend the 4-7 hours recommended.
21 sept. 2016
Very interesting course, with properly selected chapters and a friendly environment and interface.
I did not have any prior experience with Python and i was able to learn a lot in this course and i enjoyed spending this time.
Thank you very much professors!
par Krishna B C•
29 juil. 2021
Excellent course. I liked the way it has been structured from simple to complex. The practice examples, quizzes, and mini-projects are great to apply the knowledge gained through the lectures and help build the confidence to apply to real-world problems.
par Crazy H M•
15 déc. 2020
This was a great course, I appreciate the thought and effort that you teachers put into this course. I'm six-teen and I find this course very influential. you guys have affected a young mind and have helped me find a great future career. Thank you all.
par Steven K•
3 oct. 2019
Excellent follow up course to part 1 that continues to build a solid foundation of Python programming. Projects were generally really fun to make and even when they were frustrating, it was worth it for the cool pay off of a playable, enjoyable game.
par Bruno G•
18 sept. 2020
The course provides a good mix of simple 2D game physics, working with animations and sprites and overall interaction with simpleGUI module. It is a great course for both beginners and more experienced users unfamiliar with event driven programming.
par Matthew S•
29 déc. 2020
A good follow up to IIPP I. Well-structured and accessible. There's enough challenge to make the course interesting and worthwhile, especially as the concepts become more complicated, but not enough to overwhelm and discourage. Highly recommended.
par Steve K•
25 mai 2017
Great course that followed up Part 1 as an introduction to the Python language. I enjoyed the projects and felt I made some big strides in my understanding, and understand object oriented programming better than ever after the final project.