Excellent course! All the explanations are quite clear, a lot of good quality information provided from amazing teacher. Additionally, response times for any question is very fast.
Really really REALLY enjoyed this course! The instructor does a masterful job of going from simple examples and building up complexity in a very logical and thorough way.
by Anaísa S•
Good course, but coach's English is poor and many corrections are made during presentations
by YASH K•
Overall its an excellent course but I think more programing exercise should be there.
by Hayagreev S•
Good Course! Was able to understand the complex python involved! Nice examples.
by Heetanshu R•
The professor's English is just hard to understand but otherwise it is good!
by HoangVan N•
This course is very good for me but there is a video not watch in Week 3
It would be perfect if the coding showing screen could be more clear.
by Roberto M•
Good course, but the instructor sometimes seems to be a little off.
by YERRAMOTHU G S•
TRAINER IS GOING BIT FASTER BUT HAD FUN WITH THIS COURSE THANK YOU
by Vijander S•
the programming environment is complex it should be explained
by Maurício C B•
Precisa ser atualizado. Possui correções em alguns vídeos.
by Ilham R•
this is a complicated course especially for beginners
by Víctor M F S•
Quizas alguna propuesta de ejercicios menos guiados
by Fulvio C•
The lines of code provided are extremely valuable.
by Utkarsh B•
There should be some more exercises for practice.
by Devarshi G•
Would've loved if more practice tests were given
by Harshit K L•
The Course can be made to cover some more basics
by Valerio R•
Please less math calculus in the quitzzes
by yasemin c•
Need to be more organized course items
by REN F•
Environment never get set up properly
by Daniel J B O•
Good refresh of Apache spark
by LIN J•
Video is too blur
by Adrien P•
Can be better
by Narendra b O•
by Julien P•
Content was good even though very basic on statistics, certainly a good intro to Spark. However, final project/quiz was nearly insulting. Code was already written 100%, and most quiz questions were about copy/pasting literal output from pre-written code. Thought a mistake was made at first.
When students follow a course with a serious intent to learn, giving them a final quiz that barely tests their knowledge is a big downer, and makes students feel like they wasted their time learning all this stuff (even though they didn't). Students had proper access to all the code they needed to write 100% of the code themselves for the final quiz. Not sure why everything was done for them in the first place.