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學生對 Google 提供的 Crash Course on Python 的評價和反饋

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課程概述

This course is designed to teach you the foundations in order to write simple programs in Python using the most common structures. No previous exposure to programming is needed. By the end of this course, you'll understand the benefits of programming in IT roles; be able to write simple programs using Python; figure out how the building blocks of programming fit together; and combine all of this knowledge to solve a complex programming problem. We'll start off by diving into the basics of writing a computer program. Along the way, you’ll get hands-on experience with programming concepts through interactive exercises and real-world examples. You’ll quickly start to see how computers can perform a multitude of tasks — you just have to write code that tells them what to do....

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2021年8月14日

Course presentation is good. Topic selection is good. Selected Strings, Lists, tuples and Dictionaries, using these program logic can be build. Examples are good and interesting. assignments are good.

SR

2020年3月31日

This course was really helpful in developing my coding skills in python.The exercises helped me to test my knowledge .Overall it was a really good for people like me who are just beginning with python

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126 - Crash Course on Python 的 150 個評論(共 6,900 個)

創建者 Rajan K

2020年6月12日

missed a lot of concepts that I had to find on my own!

創建者 Róger J U R

2020年8月4日

Too much videos for simple ideas, quite slow for me,

創建者 B D

2020年7月20日

automated feedback for answers was done very poorly

創建者 Alan L

2020年5月2日

This is not for beginners...

創建者 Антон В

2020年10月27日

Usless waste of time

創建者 KATTULAPALLI P

2020年5月31日

grader is not good.

創建者 Sina A

2020年12月11日

Too much talking

創建者 SUNIL S R

2020年5月11日

worst

創建者 KULBIR S D

2020年4月3日

waste

創建者 Dhruv R G

2020年6月5日

ok

創建者 anirudh j

2020年8月11日

t

創建者 Josue L N H

2021年2月27日

Marga and Christine were amazing at writing and really empathizing with the possible consumers of this program since you can actually feel they care for your learning. They are able to create a genuine, and at times corny, relation with those who are learning this program. Besides, Something I love about this course is that it focuses on exploiting or using Python to its fullest extent, not limiting you at any point, in contrast to some universities that have decided is a good idea to learn concepts that you are never going to use while coding e.g. creating a sort class of your own instead of using the one built in. And I know that learning from the ground up is useful in some aspects but not allowing full exploitation of the language does not lead to new or enriching learning. Tell me who would deliberately run an outdated or old OS just for the fun? No one, and if they are doing it is probably to extract ideas or improve the same. Anyways, just wanted to tell you guys this was an amazing course and I enjoyed more than most of my uni courses. Not that that is saying much 'ol. Hope the other courses are just as good and I hope to see Christine again (I have a secret crush on her, don't tell her)

創建者 Sarvesh M

2020年9月18日

This course is a very important one to take if you want to be a programmer or an IT person . But , I hope that you will understand this course better if you take the course called "Programming for everybody (Getting started with Python)" . I am attaching the link for this course here . This course will help you to get in the basic knowledge you require to make it through this course easily . Because I found the concepts were very easy and basic there and if you go through that course , you will be making it through this course easier than anyone. Here's the link for that course

>>> https://www.coursera.org/learn/python . But, once you complete "Programming for everybody(Getting started with Python) , you should make sure that you complete this course so that you will make it through your IT career . Congratulations on finding this course and use the resources which are available around you and keep learning . All the Best .

創建者 Shivam B

2020年6月21日

I was an intermediate programmer in C++ but I wanted to learn Python. I thought that I would breeze through this course as I knew the concepts and only needed to learn the syntax. But I was pleasantly surprised to see the struggle I had doing the assignment. The lectures are short and top notch in quality. The assignments require creative thinking and you need time to solve them if you're new to Python. You wouldn't be required to type coding questions from scratch, only fill the blanks at very carefully chosen spots in the code. Believe me it gets really annoying when the actual answer is just one word but you need to type out the rest of the code to be able to submit your answers.

I would definitely recommend this course to anyone who wants to start their programming journey and to those who know some other language and want to learn Python as well.

創建者 Михаил Н

2021年6月6日

I really liked all the tasks, but I think that the task of balancing servers is more interesting and applied than the final project. The last problem would be much more interesting if visualization was added to the server load balancing problem. To quickly and beautifully solve such problems, I clearly lacked the practice of solving simple small problems of the same type for each topic in order to have solution templates in my head and use them as building blocks for building complex multi-line code. I think it is necessary to add more of those simple tasks that have been integrated into the video. This would solve the problem of practice and would serve to better memorize the basic techniques. It would be great to add several areas of programming, and as a final task, everyone would choose a topic themselves and write a program from scratch.

創建者 M. A P M

2022年2月19日

This has been a great opening for my Python programming journey. The material is structured in the manner that makes you implement the knowledge from previous module in the current module you are working on. It all peaked when we reached the week 6 where we try to put-it-all-together and also work on a project. To be honest, the material about how to structure your project which starts from planning is the most interesting because it helps you to not focus on coding first but rather think about what you want to build and what steps you need to build it. So far this is very interesting.

Shout out to the instructor and also the curriculum developer for making this course, the instructor way of interacting with students is really good and her spirit is contagious as if she always encourages us to move forward.

創建者 CHRIS Z A

2022年3月17日

this is one of the most amazing courses that I've ever taken on coursera. The instructor actually gives pretty good idea about the concept and and helps us also identify tricky parts. In short ,she did it in a Googler way. The assignments and the practice quizzes were not too simple but at the same time there were proper instructions to solve it. When one takes all the given practice quizzes and assignments legitly , they will get a good hold of the concepts explained in the videos and will feel confident. The reading part was perfectly structured. It gave an overview and a sketch of all the concepts that was covered in videos and was a great time for recalling. In short the course was perfectly structured, neatly organized and pleasantly delivered.I am thankful God , Coursera and Google.

創建者 Steven A

2021年2月4日

This was a great course! Very challenging, and geared toward critical thinking and real life applications if you recognize the potential of these building blocks. The instructions were crystal clear and the coding challenges were probably one of the best put together for online courses. It's a great refresher for experienced programmers as well as beginners. If you are interested in teaching programming, the instructor made it fun and engaging. Other than that, here's a word of advice from Master Yoda:

“A Jedi must have the deepest commitment, the most serious mind. This one, a long time have I watched. All his life has he looked away…to the future, to the horizon. Never, his mind on where he was. Hmm? What he was doing.” — The Empire Strikes Back

創建者 Adam H

2022年5月4日

It's the best course I've taken so far on coursera. It has in-depth explanations told in easy to understand language. The progression isn't overly difficult, with plenty of repetition to keep it fresh, while continuing to delve deeper and expand your knowledge of python. While this course will give you a strong understanding of the basics of python, I highly recommend you do studying on your own. As you learn new tools and techniques, do some research of your own. Check the documentation on python.org, look up some tutorials, and build simple programs that let you explorer what you’re learning. With self practice and this course, you can master the basics of python programming.

創建者 Swaminathan J

2020年5月31日

Overall this is a good course. I am satisfied with what I have learned. Since this is a crash course certain topics were not covered in full detail. I think that is understandable. I was able to fill the gaps in my understanding by looking at outside resources. The forums were extremely useful. Whenever I had trouble with a problem I was able to get ideas from the forum. Since I had a little prior programming experiece the pace was right for me. I can understand why someone who is totally new to programming might find this course difficult, which is evident from some reviews. For those folks I would advise them to learn basics elsewhere and then come back to this course.

創建者 Jose A C

2021年2月27日

El curso ha sido buenísimo, en mi opinión. En ocasiones anteriores había intentado aprender python básico, pero no lo había conseguido. Sé que todavía tengo mucho que aprender, y tengo que seguir estudiando y practicando todos los días, pero la verdad me ha entusiasmado. Tengo ideas sobre cómo intentar aplicar lo que he aprendido para problemas reales de mi trabajo, y pienso seguir aprendiendo para buscar aplicaciones en otros aspectos reales del mundo empresarial y organizativo. Tengo muchas ganas de seguir aprendiendo. Felicito a la organización de Google por lo bien planteado que está. Gracias por esta oportunidad. Saludos.

創建者 Peter I

2020年11月16日

The course is well-designed and executed. Topics are presented clearly in a logical order. Interactive exercises embedded in the videos make the concepts practical rather than abstract. The concepts are further reinforced by the practical exercises. The graded assessments for each module explain the questions and problems clearly, and fairly evaluate learning. The final project is challenging, but not overwhelming. At no time does the student feel unprepared or unsure of what the expectations and next steps were.

The presentation was well-scripted. The presenter is excellent. She delivers the material clearly and engagingly.

創建者 Nickson O

2020年6月5日

This is the most exciting course I have ever come across. I feel privileged to receive training from the best IT minds from Google you can come across in the world. Google has exceeded my expectations. The curriculum is airtight and exercises are challenging and complex. I am grateful to the course instructor, Christine Rafla, for imparting practical, real-world knowledge to me. I am also thankful to Margarita, the curriculum developer. The journey hasn't been smooth, but Christine encouraged me and other students to soldier on. And I have made it to the end! But I feel I need to go deeper than what I have learned.

創建者 Anastasia M

2020年7月1日

This is a truely wonderful course! Whai I liked the most here apart from the brilliant instructor and interesting yet challenging tasks is that all the information needed to fulfill the task was given in the videos and there was no need to find any additional information. I know it's importaint to search and experiment, but when you are a beginner, first you need to get familiar with the instruments you've just learned without being distracted. And when you are confident enough, with this basis it is much easier to continue learning further, exploring new possibilities of the language. Thank you so much!!!

創建者 Zachary G

2021年5月5日

This was the best beginner Python tutorial I've seen. I'm not new to Python but I wish it had been available when I was, as we were introduced to things I didn't learn until long into my journey, from some obscure comment on a StackOverflow or another forum. The projects are relatively practical and original, nothing like the standard text adventures and tic tac toe games you find in most beginner courses. The instructor is upbeat and fun, and the production value in general is just through the roof. The care and craftsmanship that Google has put into this is clear from the very beginning. 5/5.