good course :)\n\nplease review my assignment to complete my course :(\n\nhttps://www.coursera.org/learn/iot/peer/qYW91/module-1-peer-review-identify-and-analyze-a-device/review/VBUuMpl_EeeuPhL2ByDlUA
This course is full of benefit. Content of the course is very accurate. Teacher who was teaching was also good. I would suggest to all the beginner to learn this topic who are interested in IoT field.
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par Kevin M•
This class is an extreme example of an introduction to a subject - very basic information. I would guess that anyone who actually knows the term "Internet of Things" and was able to find this course already knows all of the content presented here. For completeness and ensuring that everyone is on the same page, I suppose it it required. I took off one star for how basic, yet drawn-out the information is (it could have been covered in a single week). The other two stars came off because of how tedious the peer-review assignments are and how little they add to the understanding of the content (it is not hard to understand, so the assignment ends up just being busy work). The two stars I gave were because the instructor seems knowledgable and the rest of the specialization looks promising.
par Leonardo M•
The content is very simple and general. I did not feel like I was learning any real concepts behind embedded systems, just some vaguely explained marketing terms. The quizzes, like in most Coursera courses, were absolutely useless, most of the time the wrong options are extremely obvious so there's no need to pay much attention. There's also no incentive to put much effort in the peer reviewed assignments, since you'll likely either get graded by people who won't even bother to check your work properly and give you low marks, or just get full scores without any feedback. The Wireshark assignment was a total pain to finish since the instructions were unclear, the video on the topic is very outdated and there isn't even a discussion forum to get help.
par Shawn P•
The information presented is all useful and interesting, but it is hard to call this a course. I could see this instead being done as 2 videos, each 30 minutes or so long and presented as an introduction during the next course in the series. What there is of the course though is excellently presented and explained.
The peer review is, as often the case, something of a gamble. While this is a popular course, so the peer reviews will be completed at least, the resulting grades can look like something from a rng.
par Abbas S•
I thought the material was presented at an overly high level and was not particularly useful, particularly in the second half of the course. Add more detail. Furthermore, the presentation style of the professor is not engaging, nor does he address interesting archetypes or examples in his lectures. The early material was fine but again presentation could be dramatically improved. Lastly, the assignments were rather interesting early on but once again quality decreased as the course progressed.
par Juan J C•
Course address some elementary issues about IoT, but the instructor at times seems like he does not have a good grasp of the lecture materials. No access to quizzes or evaluations as auditing participant, which is a shame since most of the Coursera MOOCs allow access to evaluation material under the auditing modality.
par Vijay D•
Only 2 * because of technical issue that i faced in most of the videos are not loading properly . they will stuck somewhere and only audio will be continuing . so i couldnt finish the course. apart from that teaching is really good.
hope you guys work on it to fix it.
par Paul I•
Aimed only for people with zero background in the IoT paradigm. While well organized and structured, it only provides the student with the minimum basics of the IoT and embedded systems concepts.
The assignment instructions are poor and this course don't have discussion forum.
Therefore, It's hard for beginners.
Some problem can't be solved in present environment such as wireshark.
par Roman K•
You hardly need this course to create an IoT project. It's mostly useful to be able to post the certificate on LinkedIn, but you don't really learn much here.
par Raghav K•
It was overall a good course for a beginner but too much theoretical things are there, one needs to push more on practicals.
par Jérôme B•
Not my cup of tea because it's way less practical and way more theoretical than the other modules in the specialization.
par Mahesh D Y•
It's more of basics. If you have completed your bachelors, you might probably have knowledge on this course.
par Jaswanth B•
I have completed the course by november but the certificate was issued to me by march. This is a huge delay
par Harsh G•
It's very basic course only information regarding iot and it's feature is given nothing is being taught.
par Aleena R•
Not good course. too much detail content about protocols etc. No practical application demo videos
par Matthias L•
Only for absolute beginners - only scratches the matter at the very top, lacks depth.
par 17-431Namani N•
I wanted to unenroll it but could not find the option
par Kapil S R•
Less lab exerciser only theoretical introduction
par Shrey A•
I want to unenroll this course. Please help me.