Created by:   Vanderbilt University

  • Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt

    Taught by:    Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt, Professor of Computer Science and Associate Chair of the Computer Science and Engineering Program

    Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

  • Michael Walker

    Taught by:    Michael Walker, Instructor - Graduate Student pursuing PhD in Computer Science

    EECS

  • Dr. C. Jules White

    Taught by:    Dr. C. Jules White, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

    Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 of 84 ratings

A lot of information to be absorbed.

I like how up-to-date the material is, though in some cases a a little too 'fresh'---assignments need some clean-up.

For the app case studies and assignments, should add simple UML sequence and/or collaboration diagrams to the existing class diagrams.

This would help to better illustrate the interactions of the various Android classes---especially if it could be animated.

Very nice course..

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I really liked the course. I would have preferred to have been forced to do the optional assignment as it takes that little bit of extra motivation coming up to Christmas to do these optional assignments. I still plan to do them but being forced to do them to get a pass would help.

Otherwise I really like what I learning and how its presented. Just need to use it somehow to get a job!