- 6 reviews
- 5 completed
The course is boring and not well organized. I'm taking it because it's really simple. Tests don't catch all errors. PS There's a lot of pretty girls, but where are good looking men? It's unfair :(
There are good lab demos in the course. But there are too many formulas without clear explanation. I hoped that I would understand physics better, but I've got about 30% of what I expected. And I don't like basic arithmetic. I believe that computers were invented for doing calculations.
Too hard to learn only for fun, but looks very good. I learned a bit of automata when I was a student, so I can say - that course is far better.
I'd dropped the course after I discovered that the first 3 weeks of the course = about 100 lessons at a website. It's kind of learning integrals on the 3 math lesson.
Pros: 1\. Good for your English (I'm an English learner). 2\. If you have a plan to program a game the course can be useful. 3\. A foreigner could learn something new about sustainability. 4\. After the course you can prevent gamification elements impact on you. Cons: 1\. The course is too verbose. It should be shorter and more compact. 2\. The professor looks bored when telling about PBL and so on. 3\. Not enough of examples of gamification in real life.
I really don't care what language to learn if a course is about ways of programming and how to program well. I liked sense of humor of the lector. I liked recursions. I liked almost everything :)