Oct 03, 2018
Superb course,\n\nI definitely understand Golang far better than I did when I originally started it!
Nov 15, 2018
A nice course which introduces necessary concepts in programming within Go.
By Yuheng Chen•
Mar 21, 2019
A little more typos on the slides ...
By Edward Hsu•
Mar 20, 2019
The programming assignment workload is reasonable, but there is little support and discussion to support a newbie programmer. Also I believe a graphic display of user input and the program outputs would be much easier to understand. Reading off the instructions are too open to interpretation.
There is also the grading scheme is not fine-grained enough. It could utilized better to provide a more structured approach to a solution.
loop (1 mark)
use of map ( 1 mark)
user of slice ( 1 mark)
So there will be 10 chcekpoints to verify and validate.
Using 2 points as aggregate scores, did not help to achieve that goal. It penalised students excessively in my opinins.
By Robin ZERBIB•
Mar 20, 2019
Nice follow-up on the first course, wish more focus would have been put on using interfaces
By Armin Kadiyan•
Mar 13, 2019
Way too easy and way too little background information or depth, plus lack of real-world examples and a lot of inaccurate information.
By Vsevolod Vietluzhskykh•
Mar 09, 2019
Quizzes and assignments contain mistakes, which make it hard (and in some cases impossible) to make it right.
By Dang Van Dien•
Feb 19, 2019
Great course, good structure
By Michael Wimberley•
Feb 12, 2019
Great Class! Excellent coverage of basic tools provided by Go
By Gustavo Henrique Machado da Silva•
Jan 27, 2019
Great Course! The part about interfaces could have been a little clearer, but I was able to get through it!
By Leam Hall•
Jan 22, 2019
I enjoyed the class. The instructor presents well and is easy to listen to. The course is not for a beginner programmer! The first course in the series would be very helpful if you have no experience with Go. Most of the measurable objectives (quizzes and coding assignments) require more than just watching the videos. Still, if you already code in a C based language (C, Perl, Python, Ruby, etc) and can look things up you should do well.
Jan 07, 2019
Couple of interesting chapters and assignment. I though an additional chapter related to benchmark and testing is missing however in this module. Could make a great add on with assignment to test and benchmark latest assignment of the module.