Best part of the course the assignments and the poker project. I loved the reading part too. Best skill I got from this course is deep knowledge of debugging.
End of course project was challenging and fun. Lots of opportunity to learn how to debug memory issues with valgrind.
By Brandon G•
Great course that taught important programming topics.
By Jimmy K A•
Really nice and the project is really challenging.
By Shivam k•
know about pointers and recursion in c
By Navjyot S•
One of the best course, ever have.
By Neel P•
awesome .please give more example
By SMRITI A•
faculty charges reply very late.
By Anurag S•
Best course to learn c language
By Saumya K•
Really Challenging but Fun!
By BIR B•
thanku sir for teaching me
By Soumyajit M•
Best Course for beginners
By Dhiego S d S•
Very challenging course.
By Hien D Q•
very useful for me
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By J K•
I think this is one of the best courses I've taken (and that's including the famous deeplearning.ai trajectory), because it is finally quite difficult, and covers even more advanced topics like function pointers. The best part is the fact that there is also some explanation on the hardware and memory, which make understanding the "why" of choices made more intuitive.
The order in which new information is added is spot on, and the assignment are relatively difficult and you really have to focus; tinkering your way through doesn't work (I was reminded of the saying: "Reading for half an hour, will save you two weeks of trying"
As a downside: I HATE emacs in this PPE environment; I'm used to sublime text, and all short-cuts/hotkeys are different. In addition, the ctrl-w, which is for copying (I think) closes the PPE tab, have resulted in lost code, and some cursing from my side.
However, all in all: great and I would recommend it to anyone interested in C programming (... or learning Emacs ;))
By Dehming T•
Learned a lot about pointers and arrays which I admittedly spaced out on in college. There was an assignment of recursion and how to efficiently use it, however it's use seemed somewhat limited in the final project. This would have been a five star, however the discussion forum response from the instructor team needs to be faster, especially since I'm 99% sure I'm reporting an error and the only staff response was not helpful (and no follow up!, bad business there, especially since the courses are paid, not expensive for American standards, but not all countries make American wages).
By Jake S•
I really enjoyed the instructors, I just think the course is not structured well for Coursera's weekly cadence. Learners who expect the time investment to stay the same week-to-week are in for a big surprise when the challenges come at the end of each course. It is as if you are asked to stack two bricks upon each other, then construct the empire state building. Hence the panicked learners in the forums. Thank goodness it is a flexible deadline course.