Jan 5, 2020
I have done a few computer science courses already and some of them were related to embedded systems. This is one of the best so far.
Higher level than a introductory course.
Oct 9, 2019
The course was excellent for me, as a beginner. Of course, the learning curve was steep and the assignments challenging, but I learnt a lot. Thanks you Coursera and University of Colorado, Boulder.
By Venkata R C•
Feb 15, 2018
Excellent course. Could do with more videos on Makefile and more interaction of the instructors and mentors in the forums.
By Gunjan B•
Dec 28, 2019
If you want to learn about gcc, git and memory segment basic then this course is best for you.
By Karan M•
Nov 1, 2019
Was very helpful, I can now understand the hardware level functions of an embedded system
By GOPI G•
May 16, 2019
Course content structure and refresher question in between video was very useful.
By Adair G V•
Jul 30, 2021
more detail into make writing syntax and examples would be very useful
By Hassan N•
Jul 3, 2018
Good material. Too much specialty jargon, difficult for non-CS majors.
By Jun L•
Aug 1, 2019
It'd be even better if it's available with teacher's online help ;)
By Kaijun F•
Apr 3, 2018
Very helpful information, but sometimes a little bit overwhelming.
By Carlos S E•
Sep 18, 2020
Good Concepts on Embedded, sadly MSP432 board will never be used
By Deleted A•
Jan 18, 2018
Great course, give you a big picture. But where is course 2?
By Vidhi V V•
Jul 4, 2020
It was amazing and great...Learn something completely new.
By Frank B•
Nov 24, 2020
Good class, good knowledge gained, great instructor
By Malek M•
Aug 29, 2021
This course is a must for every ES engineer.
By Bourama T•
Aug 23, 2020
that is a great course
By Nerella S S A 1•
Jun 5, 2020
By Beshoy A W•
Apr 26, 2020
Good and easy contant and well explain
But i become so disappointed with the assessment it's so hard and not match the content
I agree it's about the learning contant but it's not easy like it
There weren't many examples to understand the assessment and do it easily
I made many Searches on Google to understand and to be able to do the assessment
I suggest and hope that you prepare some new videos to practice more and to be able to solve my assessment problems
By Rosa C•
Mar 17, 2021
I learned a lot! I think the assignments need to be explained in a better way, sometimes they get really confusing and the instructions are not in order sometimes. As college student still, it gets pretty confusing on the assignments, I was lucky to enroll in the course with 3 other peers and we helped each other when we got stuck. Besides this, I did learned many things.
By Danillo M S•
Sep 27, 2021
The course material is good, the videos are clear and the assignments really complete the learning. However, as a embedded systems introductory course I would expect more hands-on activities, flashing microcontrollers and debugging the code in the target would be the bare minimum to cover on this phase.
By varun m•
Sep 18, 2019
The course is good and well structured, but do not expect any support from the instructor or moderators during the course. There is no way for you to review a decision during peer reviews. I had to upload the same submissions again due to incompetent peers marking my answers as wrong.
By Dwayne I•
Aug 31, 2017
An interesting course but the assignment goals aren't always the clearest. While i understand the importance of code reviews, I don't believe that they are the best way to grade assignments due to the varying skill levels of persons taking the course.
By Matias S•
Apr 13, 2018
The content is well crafted, there are some rough issues around the homework and the support in the forums is null.
By Xinyun Z•
Jan 13, 2021
The topic is good but lack of maintenance in these days. Also, no access to the downloadable slides.
By Shady H M•
Mar 19, 2020
It's a good basic Intro but does not go into details as I would expect.
By Ganesh S•
Jun 5, 2020
By James M•
Dec 12, 2019
While this course has some very good information, the way it's presented is really poor.
After the information tsunami of every video, at the end of each week there is an assignment which does a bad job of bridging the gap between what was taught and how it should be applied. It feels vague, and I spent hours merely deciphering the requirements of the project. The last assignment was a huge letdown - almost no 'true' embedded programming at all, simply pointer tricks, fumbling with makefiles, gcc flags, and print statements. It was a repackaging of all the other assignments into one ambiguous conglomerate.