A good introductional course, where i'm able to learn the basics and some more. A recommended course for anyone who is willing to learn more about arduino or start learning arduino.
I have a lot of experience working with Arduino. But I enjoyed the course very much. The course is well organized and Prof. Ian G. Harris explains every topic from the very basic.
por Matthew S•
Very palatable content and provides information at a very slow pace for ease of learning.More reasonable content and far more worthwhile than the first Arduino course of the series.
Not worth the money when looked at generally. The first and second course could easily have been merged. A lack of introduction to electronic circuits also hinders full use of what is being taught.
por Matteo L•
Course contents are fine.
Unfortunately the absence of a course board where students can discuss and eventually receive help from the teacher has an bad influence on the course overall rating
por Garrett V•
I took this course before when everything was still free... too bad I can only audit the course now. still good course though! :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
por Mehdi O•
the pace was too fast. it would have been nice if there was any a complete but simple example after teaching each concept. specifically regarding I2C everything was in rush.
por Yashovardhan M•
The course should be updated with some practical applications of Ethernet and Wifi shield. Even though, I understood the steps but unable to visualize the applications
por Ivan G•
There was not much to learn. If you want to learn to code for the arduino, you better watch tutorials in YouTube.
Great course. but the problem is that you have to pay for submitting assignments/test
por Giancarlo V S•
Muy interesante, faltaron los foros de discusión e interacción con el Profesor
por Geert H•
Not really in debt treatment of the subject. Lacks realistic applications.
por Jose R M C•
The course is good but I'd like a more complicated one. This is too easy.
por shivansh s•
Course was nice but still it need some additional topics to be add on.
por Shubham B•
Very well Explained.Tried to cover basic in very systematic way.
por Martín D•
Interesting course, however more examples could be included
por cristiano v•
I don't like to tie quiz to the paid course
por Arunkumar N•
Could have dealt more with web connection
por Aleksandr E•
Need to update assignments
por Abhishek K•
Not that detailed stuff.
por Rayyan K•
por Steven P•
I did not feel that I learned as much in this course as in the previous courses of the series. The assignments in particular seemed trivial, and were compromised even further due to some technical problems with the simulator recommended for students without access to actual hardware.
This course would be a good candidate for revision, with a focus on gradually increasing the depth and complexity from stage to stage, and on commonly-used components such as current amplifiers and shift registers. Problems with the simulator should not be cause for compromising the assignments themselves, there are other ways to address those problems, many of which were employed by students as they competed their assignments.
por Rayeed R (•
It was an okay course for a beginner. However, even for a beginner I would say it needs a lot more content. More examples, circuits and code should be shown by the instructor. For a coursera course its kind of a let down considering you can find waaaay more in depth and well explained tutorials for free. The instructor himself is a good teacher but, like I said, a lack of depth of syllabus and lecture materials really hurt this course. Still it can be a somewhat very shallow touch up on arduino basics. Honestly the 2 arduino courses can be just added together as one course. Kinda dissapointed.
por Reshma I R•
week 3 is in Russian.please don't register thinking it's in english.
por Monica W•
Too expensive. You can find more information for free on YouTube.
por SUDHAKAR R M•