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课程概述

Continue your exploration of the Go programming language as you learn about functions, methods, and interfaces. Topics include the implementation of functions, function types, object-orientation in Go, methods, and class instantiation. As with the first course in this series, you’ll have an opportunity to create your own Go applications so you can practice what you’re learning....

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CV

Aug 20, 2021

The explanations and examples are excellent mainly of how the interfaces work, the teacher explains very well. The exercises are the best and allow you to practice and apply the concepts explained.

PR

Apr 3, 2020

Ian G Harris teaches the topics in a very understandable way and I felt really happy finding the ways and mistakes which I resolved while implementing Go code during the assignments.

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101 - Functions, Methods, and Interfaces in Go 的 125 个评论(共 187 个)

创建者 Mohit P

Apr 15, 2021

Top-Notch Course!

创建者 Sanzhar K

May 27, 2020

Wonderful sequel.

创建者 Camilo M

Dec 28, 2019

Very good course!

创建者 Devon E

Nov 9, 2019

Excellent course.

创建者 Ronildo S

Dec 11, 2021

Awesome content!

创建者 Marco M

Sep 10, 2021

very good course

创建者 Bhanu G

Jul 19, 2020

Wonderful Course

创建者 Oleksandr T

Oct 26, 2021

Awesome course.

创建者 壹叶随心

May 13, 2019

It's very nice.

创建者 Indra P

Jun 21, 2021

Amazing course

创建者 Felipe M

Aug 23, 2020

Great course!

创建者 Manikant R

Jun 16, 2020

Great course!

创建者 Light0617

Oct 23, 2018

good course!!

创建者 Murad R

Feb 23, 2020

Great course

创建者 Nishant R

Feb 6, 2021

Excellent.

创建者 M. H A P

Sep 23, 2020

Excellent

创建者 andrew a

Mar 7, 2020

It good!

创建者 Jonathan H

Sep 27, 2018

a plus

创建者 A S R

Aug 25, 2020

good

创建者 yichen z

May 3, 2019

nice

创建者 Yarramaneni M

Nov 26, 2020

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创建者 Alec J

May 20, 2019

I'll say again what I said regarding the first course in this series. The teacher is good, and the material is valuable, but the fact that students have to grade each others' work is ridiculous, and actually kind of angering, if I'm honest. Why would you trust me to grade someone else's work, while I'm learning it at the same time they are? Who knows? Maybe I'm an idiot. Even if I'm bright and hard-working, I won't have the same insight as an instructor would, looking at the same material. This is pedagogically difficult to justify, and I can only believe that it's meant to shield the instructor from the drudgery of the task.

创建者 Jared D

May 30, 2020

Much better that the Getting Started Class. I appreciated how the instructions for the activities were much more detailed. There were some problems with the quizzes grading that I report seperately. It would have been nice in the activities encouraged error handling. I put error handling into my program since it was touched on in lectures both in Getting Started Course and this one. My peers wrote brittle code that only handled the expected input, but in the real world gracefully error handling and dealing with unexpected input is very important.

创建者 Michael K

Mar 7, 2021

I am very much enjoying this course! Learned a lot about interfaces , methods, and functions in Go. My only hope would be the examples in the slides and assignments were aligned a little closer. I feel like i'm having to view other information outside of the core concepts in the course (which one would need to do anyway on the job, i must admit) to build the assignments. Also some of the assignments need a little bit of proof reading , stating requirements that are false. I think a quick read though should clear up any issues on that end.

创建者 ヒミエイゾウ

May 27, 2020

It was a great course! Especially, after the test was submitted, it was a great learning experience due to the mechanism that students could check the code with each other. Unfortunately, before I submitted my test, I felt that I had less opportunity to learn how to share code tips within the coursera. I felt that it would be even better if the students could learn more from each other.