This is a university degree course which takes enormous effort to complete. But still its beond the programming course range giving you whats not possible to google or learn practical way. Thanks!
Thank you for this exciting course! I did the FP in Scala course a few years ago and decided to do the full certification now. I am looking forward to the next courses in the specialisation.
par vi l•
This course is quite difficult to me, especially the last section. I have to re-watch it so many time to fully understand. At the end of the day, it is worth the effort.
par János S•
I got even more functional programming knowledge effectively. I also got an Excel or more like Google Sheet core in source code with the Week 5 programming task.
par Narek G•
This was just a great continuation of a great beginning after the previous course.
I hope that in the future Martin Odersky will publish more courses.
Thank you !
par haokai l•
Great experience with the assignments. Took some time to get understand all the course materials. Highly recommended. Still can learn a lot after reading fpins
par Tommy S•
I very much enjoyed the course. It was hard enough to challenge me to learn new stuff, yet not too demanding so that I could complete within the alotted time
par Siddhartha B•
Awesome course. All assignments except the last one are super difficult.
Maybe the assignments could be made a little simpler by providing some more hints.
par Anuj S•
The course is really detailed with complex practical issues to be solved. I like the materials and got to know many new things on scala with this course.
par Juan P•
Is a nice course to understand some corner stones of most powerful Scala and its environmental features like implicits and testing with properties
par William H•
Very little spoon feeding in the assignments might place you outside your comfort zone --- but what a blast. Like the 1st course - excellent.
par Lance F•
This is an absolutely outstanding course - far better than I would have believed possible. Highly recommended for anyone interested in Scala.
par Deleted A•
Advantages of Functional programming clearly evident after attending this course and is much easier to follow compared to reading Books on FP
The course is very well prepared and easy to digest, while in the same time, assignments are challenging and allow to check acquired skills.
par Marcin Z•
The programing assignment are challenging. However hard they are, it's important to keep on going. I can guarantee you it will be worth it.
par Bruce W•
Great course, quite challenging. I hope to practice the skills and make progress easier in the remaining courses in the specialisation!
par Guixin Z•
nice content and challenging assignment. help me understand and start using some popular tools and libraries in Scala eco-system.
par Andrzej J•
Programming with passion.
Scala needs people who show the beauty of using construction in practice, production code.
par Marcus V M d S•
Excellent exposition of many new, interesting ideas. Definitely opens your mind and enables you to become a better programmer.
par Vivek G•
Perfectly organized lectures and challenging exercises as before (With Principles course). Keep up the good work team. Thanks.
par Karthik B•
Very nice course. Had a lot of material to learn and understand. Helped a lot in understanding reactive programming in Scala.
par Leo C•
Differently challenging from first course. This course challenges from learning to utilize tools than from a paradigm shift.
par Mykola S•
Overall, the course is great. More advanced concepts are covered compared to the first course in the specialization. Thanks!
par Krishna A•
This course continues where Part 1 left off and covers some of the advanced concepts of FP - especially the dreaded Monads.
par Mike D•
Great concepts are introduced in the course. It is very educational to get through. I like the Signal Var portion the best.
par Grant N•
Great course. The lecture about actors that were mentioned in the beginning of week 4 would have been a nice addition.
par Stephen E R•
Challenging, well-presented topics! The course has opened the door to many avenues of study well past the course itself