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學生對 莱斯大学 提供的 Python Programming Essentials 的評價和反饋

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課程概述

This course will introduce you to the wonderful world of Python programming! We'll learn about the essential elements of programming and how to construct basic Python programs. We will cover expressions, variables, functions, logic, and conditionals, which are foundational concepts in computer programming. We will also teach you how to use Python modules, which enable you to benefit from the vast array of functionality that is already a part of the Python language. These concepts and skills will help you to begin to think like a computer programmer and to understand how to go about writing Python programs. By the end of the course, you will be able to write short Python programs that are able to accomplish real, practical tasks. This course is the foundation for building expertise in Python programming. As the first course in a specialization, it provides the necessary building blocks for you to succeed at learning to write more complex Python programs. This course uses Python 3. While many Python programs continue to use Python 2, Python 3 is the future of the Python programming language. This first course will use a Python 3 version of the CodeSkulptor development environment, which is specifically designed to help beginning programmers learn quickly. CodeSkulptor runs within any modern web browser and does not require you to install any software, allowing you to start writing and running small programs immediately. In the later courses in this specialization, we will help you to move to more sophisticated desktop development environments....

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RS

2021年4月27日

A really good course good material and lectures. However, I find that sometimes that too much guidance given, and it has sort of made the course less challanging. nevertheless a good foundation course

HR

2020年7月3日

This course is such a wonder!! In spite of being an unenthusiastic Computer Science undergraduate, it was this course that cultivated the interest in me. Both the instructors were too good. Thanks :0

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626 - Python Programming Essentials 的 650 個評論(共 781 個)

創建者 ARITRA D C

2021年7月8日

superb

創建者 pasupuleti v p

2019年5月11日

superb

創建者 Tushar J

2021年8月4日

great

創建者 Sukumar D

2020年12月6日

great

創建者 Ankit K G

2020年10月25日

goosd

創建者 Ashutosh T

2020年6月6日

Great

創建者 lincoln

2018年12月18日

Great

創建者 Yuhao W

2018年7月23日

great

創建者 Harikrishna J

2022年4月6日

nice

創建者 SUPRIYO D

2021年9月19日

good

創建者 KOUSTAV S

2021年8月28日

nice

創建者 Akash K J

2021年8月16日

AWSM

創建者 Shumona G

2020年11月19日

nice

創建者 Yasir A K

2020年9月27日

good

創建者 Nanthakumar J J

2020年8月12日

nice

創建者 Bhalchandra N B

2020年7月24日

good

創建者 Swastik K P

2020年6月6日

good

創建者 Naveen C

2020年5月27日

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創建者 Ganapathi N K

2018年3月20日

Good

創建者 Zulfiqar

2017年11月7日

best

創建者 Abdurahmonov A

2018年10月30日

ok

創建者 20L136 N S M E A

2021年11月15日

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創建者 Raven M S

2020年10月25日

I'm entirely new to Python, and all coding in general, and learned a hell of a lot in only 2 weeks, my only gripe is a sharp difficulty spike around week 4 that really feels like being hucked into the deep end. There's a necessity to understand the documentation, which is a muscle that is mostly untrained at that period. The teachers for this course are very active on their forums as long as you can navigate to them so as long as you ask insightful questions and not blanket statements such as: "How do I understand the documentation?," you should do fine.

創建者 Deleted A

2018年9月16日

Started off reasonably difficult. After second quiz, got dramatically harder. Good thing I could find a tutor to help me with the parts I didn't get. However, I appreciate the challenges that the course wanted me to overcome. In all, I would recommend this course highly. I just recommend getting outside help for some of the tougher parts. Especially, if you are like me where programming does not come naturally to you!

創建者 Ton S

2020年3月30日

Please consider revising the questions in the intermediate quizzes that aren't clear. In the forum you see a number of questions that cause confusing among participants. Instead of saying: "this might be confusing" and "we agree that this is worded strange" revise the questions. Also please consider adding more practice questions between lectures instead of the large list of questions at the end of each week.