As always like how I told, there's no doubt about this being the best python course that you will ever find, and take it from a guy who never found interest in studying until now.\n\nThank you.
Great course! A month ago I still knew nothing about programming. Now I can try to understand and write codes for a mini game, which is super cool. Many thanks to the teachers and Coursera.
par Apostolos G•
It's not that coherent as it touches very different topics without an obvious relationship among them (e.g. Classes, Test Cases, Django!) All the tasks are very easy, addressed to beginers while the final project is challenging and needs to have some experience skills.
par Garima M•
Not satisfactory, not enough examples. Quality of material to read has surprisingly gone down drastically compared to previous courses, considering the fact these are important oop and programming concepts. Dissapointed, just another half baked online course.
par Soumik C•
This course had the potential to be so good. But it just drags so much without being too helpful at last. This needs to get out of the runestone environment and get real. Too many bugs and even if there isn't any bug, the messages aren't too clear.
par Faisal A M•
many a times projects are given way too ahead of whats taught in the classes ,also if projects are supposed to be given please first explian to us or guide us whats going on in the projects !!!!!!!!!!!
par Xi G•
The class is structured and fun to learn. The UI design of the interactive textbook is not great, I have to scroll back and fourth for the last project.
par Kartikay G•
Great course for learning the basics of class and inheritance in python.And also pretty much helpful in understanding the course better.
par Gabe V•
Giving 3 due to lack of independent (hands-on) code writing. Course is excellent other than that (IMO) but that's a big no to me.
par Joseph G•
This course has great instruction, but relies almost completly on some 3rd party site to do all the exercises and grading.
par Aparna V•
Good course, structured well.
For a person who doesnt know OOP, it is difficult to understand the self declara`ti`on
par Ashutosh B•
classes should be explained in detail ,it was so short and difficult for one who does know about oop.
par Prayas K•
runesone platform can have a greater transperancy with the test cases .
par Helena L•
Poor experience with Runestone interactive textbook.
par Vratislav H•
pretty easy to follow up
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par Enrique G•
How would you learn to code with almost no coding exercises? Unfortunately, that's the case here as quizzes are just not enough to get you prepared for programming.
I do not really understand the course structure either, it feels a bit messy as the instructors seem to jump on the topics randomly.
par Urmas K•
connected(interlinked0 coding windows in runestone environment can drive one crazy - referring to the wheel of python.
par Jeffrey B•
Good explanation on OOP, but not really much practice. Also some issues with the grader (again) in the final project.
par Sumit C•
Much of the part not explained, course was very fast and complex
par Dawid B•
The final project was crazy. The Testing part too easy.
par Katharotiya G•
par Ali D•
This was the worst out of all of the courses so far. It was rushed and it didn't teach anything about the super keyword. Also, they could have done a better job with the end of course project , to make it more exciting. They should have made us write the Tamagotchi game from scratch, and never showed it to us in the first place. Hoping I won't get disappointed with the next course in this specialization.
par Nipun D N•
The name of the course is misleading. The third week mostly talks about test and exception which is not entirely related to class or inheritance. Also, sometimes the instructor talked about something that was not introduced yet (e.g., class and instance variables, __str__() method). Overall, it seems disorganized and disappointing. I hope the organizers will improve the course in the near future.
par Mohammad H•
Awful. Not expected. Very poorly explained. Didn't understand anything.
par Louie Y•
project this course is so bad!