Created by:  University of Toronto

  • Jennifer Campbell

    Taught by:  Jennifer Campbell, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream

    Department of Computer Science

  • Paul Gries

    Taught by:  Paul Gries, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream

    Department of Computer Science
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.6 stars
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 139 ratings

its an exciting, educative and thought-provoking course, you don't just be a developer but a refined one. Thank you Coursera

It's a nice course with good videos. Since it's very basic, anyone with little programming experience should be able to pass this course. Even without any knowledge of Python, the course is manageable.

To improve the videos, I'd recommend to adjust the audio levels, since some parts are spoken louder than others. Nevertheless, I've been able to understand everything.

The course was excellent. Just completed. There is a lot of work and attention by the instructors put in to it. It shows in the quality of the review questions, in the quality of the assignments, and the lectures.

awesome learning experience. Totally recommended to start coding on Python.