by venkat b•
Excellent course and instructor had explained the concepts very clearly.
by Nancy M•
was a great intro course
by Georgios P•
Excellent pace & materials. A true value added!
by ADITHYA N K•
It is very nice and the easy way they thaught us
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by Abe A•
The reading materials are taken from wikipedia. I doubt the veracity of the recommended articles. And there is one assignment that has one error in checking answers. But overall, the course is good as a refresher.
by Ethan S•
Good course for people completely new to computer science wanting to have an overview. I only take 1 star off, because a lot of the external resources provided were just wikipedia articles which seems very lazy.
by Mangalani N•
The course was excellent but there were spelling errors in some of the content and one of the answers on a certain quiz was incorrect. But overall, the course is structured in a good way.
by callan c•
Enjoyable teaching. The quizzes seemed quite tricky considering how limited and short the videos were to learn the material. Thanks!
by Dan T•
The course could have been decent because it gives a lot of great information, but there were far too many typos to take it seriously. It seemed like almost every page had at least one spelling mistake. Plus, one quiz question gave credit for the wrong answer. This gives me the impression that either the instructor or LearnQuest themselves don't care about quality since none of those issues should exist in the final product with proper proofreading. I think I spent just as much time sending bug reports during the course as I did actually doing the course material itself and that's plain ridiculous.
by Hammad M S•
The better way of learning programming is to write practice programs in IDEs
by Bethany P•
There are Quiz problems with the answers being wrong in two place, but more importantly the video on OUtput which shows you how to actually RUN VB code is broken and points to the install video. And simply installing is not enough. VS Code and Visual Studio look NOTHING like the iteration in these videos (they do not even have tool bar menus and VB is not included in some set ups. This is not like Python where you can find 100+ development environments to work with, and MS is notoriously TERRIBLE and supporting current products with clear unmistakable directions. So, if you have an issue figuring out how to get hello world to run, you will remain stuck because the course is broken (and likely not in-depth enough either way) and microsoft visual studio products really are not user friendly at all!