It is great training. I experienced a lot of AWS services and how they work together to deliver services. Expecting more alike courses from AWS and other providers.
Good course, I appreciate labs especially. Presenters were spelling very well, pleased with their presentation and CC text subtitles, transcription
By 17_Mohammad I•
VERY GOOD COURSE
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By Kristof J•
I wasn't particularly impressed with this course. I was looking for "developing modern python applications" with some AWS around, but this course was much rather about AWS with very little python development involved.
The instructors were also so-so.. I liked some of them, but we had a bad apple though. I understand this is a very sensitive topic, but let's just say if a high percentage of the students are VERY annoyed by one's style, so can barely watch videos, you're maybe better off on either working on improving your style or finding something else to do..
I'll keep looking for a course giving me more knowledge on modern python development, covering topics like modern Python style, organizing code into packages, etc. :)
By Kamel J•
Stuck on Lab1, although I followed the instruction, "no such file or directory"message appeared while was executing commands.
By Vivek K G•
it good explanation by speaker
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By Uri P•
I'll begin with the Pros of this course :
1. Morgan Willis & Seph Robinson are doing a good job & are good instructors. Clear, precise & to the point.
2. The hands-on workshops are good & provide you with good hands-on experience.
Now for the Cons :
1. I find it quite difficult to listen to instructor Jonathan Dion because of his
very exaggerated mimics, voice tone, hands movement & accent. It feels more like an acting class rather than a Python\AWS course.
2.I'm currently in Week 3 of the course but I have to say that there's hardly any python here. It mainly focuses on the serverless AWS services ( which is good ) but the 'python' part is scarce.
3. The QUIZ in each week\section has questions that were NOT taught anywhere in the course.
Now regarding Coursera itself :
1. Unlike most other Online Course providers Coursera charges you Per month. Not per course.
So it's like a subscription. You would have assumed that it's a monthly fee for any course you wish to take but it's only for the course you're taking ! you want to take another course ? Pay additional fee....each month.... I personally think that's outrageous.
2. To top that the good folks from Coursera do not provide an invoice when they charge. Only a receipt. Why ? that's their policy.....
I hope Coursera will indeed PUBLISH my review. I think they need this kind of feedback.....
By Hamed N•
I don't like it when they refer to course notes and readings to learn about important content.
I'm paying for the course and taking time so the teacher teach me stuff by explaining it in a clear and effective way. If I wanted to read manuals, AWS has a free manual library.
By Javier C•
I have not found the easy course. I don't think it's good to have to create accounts in tools that can cost you to use them to learn.
By Turi A N•
I want to unenroll this course, but it's not showing that option for me. Please help.
By jawhaa b•
please support team i want cancel this course
By janardhansai r•
i cant understand any thing in this course
By Nilesh R•