Sep 18, 2017
good course :)\n\nplease review my assignment to complete my course :(\n\nhttps://www.coursera.org/learn/iot/peer/qYW91/module-1-peer-review-identify-and-analyze-a-device/review/VBUuMpl_EeeuPhL2ByDlUA
Nov 27, 2017
Great class! Overall, it covers mostly the basics of Internet of Things. Good for those who are new to the field. Would not recommend it to those who have some knowledge on embedded systems already.
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Mar 24, 2019
I think that the course has some interesting issues like security, privacy, convenience, safety among others that may be interesting to see in a discussion forum. But that is not available. The course is mostly about Dr. Harris talking, and he is good talking. So, you can see this as plus for an introductory course very easy to complete... Or you can be thinking that you may have learnt more with the time invested.
There are some examples that I feel are more generic Internet than really Internet of Things specific.
por gary g•
May 23, 2017
this course made me realize how much there is to iot and in so many different directions.
this course has alerted me to the fact that there is so much yet to be resolved in iot.
one of the other things I appreciate in this course is that it avoids hierarchy, all directions are requisite.
I would have liked a little more detail as far as hardware, it is not as clear to me as other subjects.
por niraj g•
Aug 04, 2019
Excellent course for absolute beginners to the topics discussed in the course / very reasonable for those with some exposure to these topics.
As a standalone course, i would give it 3 stars. As an introduction to the entire sequence of courses in this specialization, I would give it 5 stars (hence my rating of 4 stars overall)
Thank you Dr. Harris and UC Irvine!
por Hector J•
Mar 20, 2019
This felt like a intro to intro of IoT and some Embedded systems inner workings. I did not like the quizzes to much as they seemed a little off and the professor did not mention certain things clearly or at least how the questions where asked, a little confusing to relate to the material. I took a lot of notes so that help here.
por Teo P•
Dec 17, 2016
Despite the fact that this course isn't really difficult at all, it gives you the opportunity to introduce yourself in the area of microprocessors. I would recommend it to anyone interested in the area of IoT and embedded systems. You should really understand the concepts of this course before diving into the world of IoT.
por Catalina P•
Nov 03, 2015
Personally I had trouble with week 2 of the course. I think more details on the types of inputs and outputs with some examples would have been useful. For example, I'm still not sure whether buttons are considered tactile or electronic inputs. It might be obvious to others but I can see see how it can be argued either way.
por Jasper d W•
Mar 13, 2016
Not very detailed and quite general. Nevertheless, you get a good sense of what IoT devices are and how the work. For an introduction, it's ok, but I expected more information and more assignments to make it really useful. In terms of value for money, I'd say you're better of spending a few hours on Google and forums.
por Alexander H•
Nov 04, 2016
I really enjoyed this course. I liked the forced research into micro-controllers and embedded systems.
I would however like to stress that the use of peer reviewed assignments slows the pace of the class down greatly. People sometimes like to progress a lot faster. Difficult to do when waiting for others.
por Roberto P•
Nov 26, 2015
It's a good introductory course. I would have expected some more "meat" on the bones, but still I have to remember this is the first course out of a series so most probably it is good enough.
Teacher is good and, even for a non English speaker student as I am, it is perfectly understandable and clear.
por Atthipatla R M•
Jan 25, 2019
Good for beginners who wants to get overall idea about what are IOT and Embedded technologies with real time examples. instructor also explains networking basics with few protocol architectures. at the end of this course we can analyze packet transmission using wireshark tool.
Thanks coursera ..!!
Jan 24, 2018
Course is explanatory and explains all basics, which is expected at introductory-level. However, there is less usage of illustrations & graphics and more verbose lectures via video that sort of puts monotone into learning. There's a huge scope for improving the content.
por Johnson N•
Nov 08, 2017
Great introductory class that teaches you about technology and the impacts in the developments mpu have had in our everyday life. The only gripe I have is that assignments are marked by peers. This makes it problematic when timing is not good.
por Jussi S•
Nov 14, 2015
I think this is easy introduction to the topic and assignments put you to think. If you're more seasoned with the topic or you have background in e.g. embedded systems this course does not bring much to you but can be used as easy refresher.
por Cecil S•
Nov 30, 2016
My first on-line course ever. I didnt know what to expect however, I have learned a lot of new concepts. This intro course have me pumped to see whats next. I already ordered my Arduino on Amazon. I dont know what to say but, I'm excited.
por Sergey L•
Sep 27, 2017
A good overview course on the Internet of things. I liked the lectures very much, but did not like the tasks in which you need to write a lot of text. It seems to me that this is not the best type of task for technical specializations.
por AASTHA A•
May 25, 2016
I loved the way Prof. Ian Harris teaches. It is so easy to understand. This is a nice introductory course for IoT and Embedded System. An easy one!
Except for second week's assignment (which was slightly vague), rest was all good!
por Paulo A•
Nov 30, 2016
Good introductory course that gives you an overview to what you should know before starting other courses in the specialization. Some of the contents are a bit too obvious to someone with a previous background in IT.
por Stephen B•
Nov 29, 2016
Good course taught in an interesting and engaging way. Quite high level; I'm looking forward to diving deeper in to the subject int he upcoming courses. A few places where the assignments felt a little tedious.