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トロント大学(University of Toronto) による Learn to Program: Crafting Quality Code の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック



Not all programs are created equal.  In this course, we'll focus on writing quality code that runs correctly and efficiently.  We'll design, code and validate our programs and learn how to compare programs that are addressing the same task....




Solid course that dives deeper into the fundamentals of CS. Great instruction, attention to detail and the excercises are adequately challenging for beginners and lower-intermediate programmers.



Great instructors, liked the way they reinforced concepts through quizzes during lecture. Also appreciated and enjoyed the content of the lectures as well as the project assignments.


Learn to Program: Crafting Quality Code: 126 - 150 / 164 レビュー

by Greg D


Mostly accurate per overview.

Using versions of Python no longer supported to auto-mark submissions, should be updated.

Otherwise, rigorous detail for the quality of crafting code.

by Andrew J M


The course was great but I didn't recieve any replies when I was asking for help on the extremely hard final assignment. But passing the final assignment felt sooooo good

by Balazs L


Besides TDD and proper comments, there wasn't much said about quality code.

The runner for the assignment is not working, which made the assignment pretty anti climactic.

by Branimir L


It does not fulfills completely its title 'Crafting Quality Code'. Nevertheless, it does pay attention to unit testing and taking care of the design via design recipes.

by Kseniia S


Generally good, but a bit worse than the first part. There were some inconsistencies in the tests and tasks and instructors didn't answer questions in the forum.

by Christian B M


Good course, especially the doc and unit testing parts. I had hoped for a more advanced implementations, but thank you for mentioning the exec function.

by Aiden S


Course is good for knowledge but there are a lot of mistakes in certain quizzes and is a difficult without a mentor in the forums.

by Alejandro G Z


Very helpful concepts, clearly and thoroughly explained. I found the Testing chapter especially useful. Thanks!

by David A G


Si completaste Learn to Program: The Fundamentals, recomiendo que sigas aprendiendo con este curso.

by vlady N


The end Assignment has been lacking instructions for an end-to-end testing and local implementation

by Emil L


Very well structured. Good quiz and assignments. Builds a solid foundation.

by Tyson C


Look like not many people around, no one do peer review for my assignment

by Jbene M


Very practical. I have learned a lot from this course.

by Ashwani k G


Wonderful course. Got to learn many things.

by Benoit I


Very interresting course for Python lovers.

by Francisco B


A good course, but a bit overdated.

by Xuetao H


very basic stuff and very easy.

by Daya_Jin



by Seha I O


Thank you!

by Rey O


It would've been better that these very long read exercises be put into a programming exercise. Being presented with a couple of correct answers (but inefficient) takes a lot of time for us to figure it out. If you guys really insist on this kind of exercises, it's better to give us 3 or maybe 4 correct answers and we choose what we think is the most efficient one. That way, if we got the wrong answer, it's our job as why our chosen answer is not the most efficient one.

by Viktoriia T


I took The fundamental course by the same lectors, and it was really nice. So I decided to proceed to the next course, that they have. But, it was not so good as the previous one.

It is no mentor on this course, so you will not get any support, if you will get some questions.

Also, materials in week 4 presented in bad quality. It is too fast and not clear at all.

by anu g


This last exercise was challenging and took a while for me because i didn't really have a good explanation of the specific variable names that i should use to coincide with the ratrace file. also, there is not active mentor to ask questions to!

by Adam S


The course was fine, but some of the problems where discussed to quickly, with to little examples and assignments, and I couldn't keep up. Especially the whole "class" part.

by Mohsen H


one of the instructors, (Paul) is frustratingly confusing and unorganized!! sigh ....