By Samir T•
I can not say much. Because it is the most you can get from a platform like this. It would have been better if we used our own computers instead of a virtual machine running on the server. The main reason is most of the time VM lagging. I only recommend this course for absolute beginners. If you know a little bit about the topic you can learn from youtube, forums, etc. Overall, I liked the course and the instructor's method of explaining the topic.
By Moses W W•
Easy fun way to learn design.ros2.org in just 60 minutes. However, watch a code exactly what had been taught here means you can only do what he teaches which is extremely basic. What about the framework, programming model, how to scale the right processing power, GPUs, how to put my already trained neural network, e.g. a trained random forest into my package, or YOLOv3 with the specific object detection capabilities into OpenCV2 (as a OpenCV extended module), and etc etc. There are a long way before I can achieve even the most basic robot.
By Gavin M•
This is the second guided project I have done and, while it was useful, I had the same problems. The split screen approach is nice, except that the left window continually closes throughout, making it very frustrating to keep up with the exercise. Also, the text to be typed is often not shown on-screen for long enough to copy over.
By Mohamed M•
The course itself was a decent way to dip my toes in the water, having first used ROS five years ago. However, the Rhyme virtual environment made things much harder than they needed to be, with the matter of controls constantly changing and caps lock not working properly.
By nimit k•
The remote connection kept collapsing. Impossible to write code. The explanations were not clear.