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.
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.
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While I am very new to Python, I found some of the information out of date and this is very confusing for someone new to python or programming for that matter. I understand python is updated on a regular basis but you are teaching modules that have not been used by python in some time. Also this course could have been taught in a two hour block it did not need to be spread out so much. I understand you are trying to make money while teaching people a new skill but I am happy I only audited this course as I would probably get a lower score
by Samanth N•
This course was actually a welcome concept. This introduced so many possibilities and how structured your data can be organized into. However, the final project assignment was a little too long and the instructions which were provided were not clear enough. I did spend a lot of time getting the code tick all the tests but, it did not run during the final code which is the whole point of the assignment and, the textbook let me continue so, I decided to go with it.
by Pranav G•
The course is great for developing an actual understanding of the OOP. The exercises are built in a way which when done, help you become familiar with how to write the OOP code.
Why not 5 stars:
1. The course could be better. Topics like multiple inheritance should be covered.
2. The last exercise is tricky, which is what it should be, but unless the user can see the full error message in the test case table, it becomes difficult to fully troubleshoot the code.
by Julián E•
This was a good course, but I wish it had more enough exercises to really get to practice the OOP stuff, as it is definitely not easy. Decent introduction, though. Keep going on. If you need further explanations for the material covered here, Corey Schafer's videos on the subject (OOP Python) will definitely strenghten your knowledge.
by Maria S•
This course taught me about classes and inheritance, trying and exception. I feel like it might have pushed a little too hard, in some respects. At those times, it felt a little overwhelming. I feel like I learned the basics, though, and I am grateful for that. Thank you!
by Tom W•
The other courses in this series felt better paced. This one crammed a LOT of information into a short period, like each week of the class could have been a class of its own. There is a serious leap from "how to make one inherited class" to "now write your own text game"
by 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.
by 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.
by 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.
by 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 !!!!!!!!!!!
by 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.