Jul 09, 2018
Instructors, material and course structure were great! Only wish I could take this class with a friend to push me to work faster and smarter. Learned a lot from this class.
Mar 16, 2017
A good follow up to the first part, I found the testing section particularly useful. I could only wish the course was longer and delved deeper into Classes and Exceptions.
By Minh Duong•
Dec 11, 2018
If you are feel very hard to learn to coding (Python) even after taking a few coding course. "Learn to Program: Crafting Quality Code", teacher make the knowledge very consice, conherence, intuitive, good arrangement so you feel absorbing it naturally. Teachers also put into the course their expertise of professional coding, computational thinking to solve problem.
Nov 10, 2018
My programming skills really took off after learning from this concise, no-water, resourceful course!
Thank you instructors and staffs in Toronto University.
By Dan Negura•
Nov 05, 2018
By Ethan Adams•
Oct 28, 2018
This course provided a great understanding of the python programming language. I would love to learn more!
By Rhonda Vickery•
Oct 15, 2018
Excellent course with great review summary for each video to use as reference.
Sep 29, 2018
By Evgeny Lahav•
Sep 28, 2018
very good course for getting good programming habits
By Zzm Song•
Sep 28, 2018
Topics are well chosen. I think the content is practical and not superficial for work. I appreciate the instructors' work. They are very clear and logic is easy to follow. I would suggest there to be more code assignment for practice. I personally think the content is good but not enough. This course is more like a 3 -week course.
By Morgan E.•
Sep 23, 2018
I really enjoyed this course. I wanted an accelerated introduction to python since I didn't know it at all and this worked well for that purpose. It was very thorough and a good fast pace for people that are already familiar with programming in general.
By Alberto Peinado•
Sep 09, 2018
The course was great, I enjoyed it less than the first part though. I feel there was way more support from the mentors and the forums in the first part, whereas in this edition there was almost nobody posting around and helping. Still, as the other one great teaching from both professors and great content. Thank you!