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À propos du cours

The goal of the course is to introduce students to Python Version 3.x programming using hands on instruction. It will show how to install Python and use the Spyder IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for writing and debugging programs. The approach will be to present an example followed by a small exercise where the learner tries something similar to solidify a concept. At the end of each module there will be an exercise where the student is required to write simple programs and submit them for grading. It is intended for students with little or no programming background, although students with such a background should be able to move forward at their preferred pace. The course is four modules long and is designed to be completed in four weeks....

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LR
3 janv. 2017

Quite interesting introduction to Python, focusing on the most important components of the language. Looking forward to other courses using the same format. Thank you Bill and team for your hard work.

HI
24 nov. 2020

It was my first experience with Python and I enjoyed it very much! A lot of thanks to Instructor and all team, who made this course so interest and understandable. Thanks to Coursera team as well.

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par Pathgeek

22 févr. 2018

By the end of the course I was picking up on the instructor's style-- it felt less like a course and more like looking over your uncle's shoulder when he worked on the car (or computer). The last week was a big jump from the prior weeks. The instructor uses spyder3 screenshots which are often hard to see.

par Sergio

28 janv. 2017

As per Oxford Dictionary:

concise / adjective

giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive

This course: really brief; not that clear nor well-structured; not nearly comprehensive.

Is it at all possible to be both brief and comprehensive when teaching programming?

par Paulian D

4 juin 2020

C'était mon premier cours en Python et je l'ai trouvé intéressant. J'ai appris un peu l’essentiellement la structure de codage de Python. Si vous avez des compétences en programmation vous acquerriez en peu de temps les bases de Python.

Ce que je regrette c’est le manque de programmation OO.

par Don S

11 juil. 2017

I feel it was a bit to easy. As long as you followed the lectures and maybe looked at documentation it was straight forward. It really didn't make you think about how/why you were doing what you were doing. Far better beginner courses on here from U of M and Dr. Chuck

par Harsh K

16 juin 2017

Good course to start your career in Python programming. The lectures were easy to understand. Hope to see advanced courses on Python, especially related to Networking, as I'm hoping to use Python for Network automation in future.

par Lainey S

9 janv. 2017

Definitely a "concise introduction". I felt like the course was a little too easy and didn't provide much meat to the material. A good start for an inexperienced programmer, but too remedial for experienced programmers.

par menashe

1 avr. 2018

Although it is a "consice introduction" I would expect to learn about classes and objects in this course.

The assignments are too easy - some of the problems require writing only 1-2 lines of code.

par Leonardo L

19 mai 2018

Missing "essential" stuff like networking (sockets, ports, etc.). About loops only for and while were explored. I'm sure there are many more (switch-case, until, unless, etc.). Too basic.

par Ignacio D

22 avr. 2020

Good essential introduction. However many things are not explained properly, in many instances some functions are shown or required to use without being clearly explained earlier.

par Henrik N

6 mai 2018

3 first weeks had a good mix of exercises, week4 felt like it missed a lot of good opportunities to create exercises based on what was covered in the presentations

par Lenartowicz

11 oct. 2020

I would prefer more compact presentation, less vocal, first syntax , also explanations why spyder environment, python program structures, best part - grading

par Serge T

5 avr. 2020

Very instructive this lesson. I struggled a little with the videos because of their quality. Nevertheless, great content.

Thanks!

par JP

13 août 2018

Good starter course that is well explained. Sometimes the problems could be more related to real world examples and challenges.

par Desabandhu P

6 sept. 2020

First two units were taught well and easy to follow. 3rd and 4th unit were not much experimental and unable to follow up.

par ANKITA B

15 juil. 2017

This courses is very good as it deals with the basic concepts of python. A perfect course to learn python, for beginners.

par Francis G A

21 févr. 2017

Good quick introduction. Very good. Easy to work through the Exercise Sets. Professor typing on he keyboard quite loud.

par Piyush S

13 janv. 2020

auto grader was horrible even doing everything correct it won't show correct ..Wasted lot of time because of autograder

par Tường A

3 juil. 2018

Thanks for this course.It very goodCan you add more subtitle ? Like VietnameseThank you Mr.Bill

par Nishita D

17 juin 2020

Assignment structure and the environment to submit assignments is not user friendly.

par Ellissa V

21 août 2017

Good starter course, a bit too easy if you are already familiar with programming

par SAURABH S

15 févr. 2019

good for basic ... But too basic we needed some advancement in the course

par Rajesh B

6 oct. 2017

Decent intro course on Python. It's concise as the title says.

par Manan J

18 juin 2020

The course doesn't cover the basic python programming.

par Lindsey P

11 août 2020

Videos became monotonous over time and hard to watch.

par Roger F C

13 juin 2017

Basic course. Basic skills. Good examples