Great course. I learned a lot about troubleshooting and debugging. Not only learned to troubleshoot small issues but also bigger issues with applications, equipment, servers, network, etc..
Excelente curso, excelente instructor. Una gran cantidad de información muy útil.
Excellent course, excellent instructor. A lot of very useful information.
創建者 MOHD A K•
many new thing to learn..
some concept are good
創建者 Glvs R•
difficult in Qwiklabs it takes me somany hours
創建者 Fernando B•
A very useful and interesting course.
pretty simple and informative course
創建者 Andre P•
could have used more exercises
This was a very good course.
創建者 Matt R•
Simple yet tricky at times
創建者 qassandra t•
it's hard aaa:(
創建者 Pavan C•
It was Awesome
創建者 Hussein I•
so far is ok
創建者 Chirkov M A•
Well its ok
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創建者 fat k•
- a lot of useful bits, that are specific to specific problems
- a list of useful tools to use in the future for diagnosis of the problems
- good lecturer
Course felt a little out of touch. At one moment, the lecturer explains difference between lists and dictionaries, or what a crash is, at another moment, she explains how to deal with hardware failures on servers and how to do load balancing - useful bits, yet unrelated one to another.
In week 4, module about planning, time management even though it's useful and shows great practices, it again has nothing to do with Troubleshooting and Debugging - it makes sense as part of the specialization, but would probably fit well somewhere else.
Qwiklabs: I was really looking forward to it, and was hoping it would be an open questions with room for creativity. Unfortunatelly, it's a hand-holding labs that take 5-10 minutes tops if you have experience with python. I was hoping it would require to work more with mentioned tools - it would be even great if we would be forced to use top/head to figure out somehting about data we are working with, but the answers are all given within the lab straight away.
Discussion prompts: more of a distraction - it bothers a student because it's shown as an incomplete task in sidebar, but it also says optional - I guess it's Coursera's problem, but nevertheless, the questions are so broad that many students just joke/answer with empty strings/"trying to be cool". Answered on couple of them, but it's useless and felt redundant
Nevertheless, I found some parts of this course valuable, even so I'm working with python for a long time. Thank you!
創建者 Peter T•
Most of the time you just watch the instructor explain some very general stuff which gets boring quickly. There are few practical examples. You also get to do some practice quizzes with mostly theoretical questions, and then you are supposed to write a script in Qwiklab using a module never shown before (multiprocessing). Also, there is not a single cheatsheet.
I was hoping to see more techniques like binary search with exercises. There are so many useful and easy algorithms/modules we could learn. Why teach us what threading or multiprocessing or asyncio is without showing us how to actually use it? The specialisation is called "IT Automation with Python", but there's hardly any Python in this course.
Not worth the money.
創建者 Stephen S•
It was great being exposed to various troubleshooting tools I was not aware of. I understand that more practice / assessment with them may be beyond the scope of a course like this. The assessments of each module are grossly inconsistent. Some of the unit tests simply hold your hand. You can basically just cut and paste to ace the test. Most of the diagnosis is done for you and that's a shame. A couple of them where I was required to add fresh code, I could not finish in 90 minutes. Those were more enjoyable and satisfying.
創建者 Aramis M•
The Google instructor and material covered in this course where excellent, definitely picked up a few good pointers. My only issue was the last lab not having access to the resource needed to complete it. After reaching out to support on three attempts, was only told they were aware of the issue and that I would be notified when resolved... I never was, but eventually managed to work around it. A cursory search on the forum shows many students reporting the very same issue with no resolve.
創建者 FC C•
Unlike the other courses from the same program, no concept summary is provided throughout the course. It felt like the instructor kept feeding loads and loads of information without giving a very clear picture how everything fits together. Some of the links in the reading resources have repeated multiple times. Also, some of the links in the assignment no longer exist. I have to say this is the worst course out of all five courses I have taken in the program.
創建者 JOSE A A L•
A found this course as the least useful of all the courses of the program. Since that the title of the program is related to Automation with Python this course was more thorical than the previous ones and covering a lot of concepts that any person with a couple of years working on IT could easily manage. Besides, the issue on the last lab of the course... just terrible. Anyway, I hope that the next course will be more challenging and exciting.
創建者 Rutger S•
Very distracting presentation, mostly aimed on Linux environments. Practical assignments twice too easy, once superhard (unclear instruction and too much workload for 90 mins), one states there is a problem whilst there is none. Maybe leave this course to the other professional courses: IT support and (the new to come) project management certificate.
創建者 Alejandro N•
This course did not have as much material that one could follow as the previous one. In the previous course, the instructor developed material for one to follow along with and work on as the course went on. On this course, Amanda continued to refer to examples that one could not follow along with, due to the material not being provided.
創建者 Y Y•
This course is more like a mental guide instead of technical course compared with other courses in this specialization. Besides, the course was too 'ambitious', the instructor used a lot of jargon. Many names of useful tools were mentioned, but the actual explanation or cases on how to use them are not given.