Great course for refreshing your python basics, and any beginner looking to pick up Python basics will be in a comfortable spot after completing this course and a bit of practice with the assignments.
Great for a fundamental course. I have to admit that I had learnt python a few years back and was using this as a practice and revision course. But I learnt a lot more which I can add to my knowledge.
por Nitin G•
Good course along with assignments that are very relevant and keeps you engaged. If you cross week2 then for sure you would finish the course.
por Sheikh A M•
This course deepened my concepts of programming, especially in Python. This subject helps me to learn the python and how to teach the python.
This course is very helpful to me. the format that short video, quiz and essay let me master the basic information about python. thanks!
por Feng H•
It's really helpful. I strongly recommend this course for everybody who wants to start with Python.
Thanks Jennifer Campbell and Paul Gries!
por Torben S•
Very interesting and well made course. It teaches the fundamentals of programming and does so while being fun. I can recommend it to anyone!
por Mark Q•
Excellent course and instructions. The class is set up perfectly and you learn a ton. Good reference material. Look forward to the next one.
por Narges Y•
That was perfect free course. The quality of videos was a bit low, but the quality of information taught through it was perfect. Thank you.
por Carson D•
A good introduction to python. Good mix of videos, quizes, and assignments that teach and have you work with the material in various ways.
por Patrick J•
Great course. Good introduction into Python. Assignments added value to the course and lecture materials were helpful. On to the next one!
Easy to follow for new beginners of python. And course content is even easy to understand for people not in computer science background.
por Maxi T•
Fun and with lots of basics that may not seem important right away but really prep you for a better understanding of how Python's works.
por AMINOU M E A•
A very good course for beginner which would likde to program. Good explanations. Thanks to this course I learned a lot in programmation.
por Zhassulan M•
I enjoyed the course from the beginning to end. It suits absolute beginners and maintains the balance between challenging and enjoyable.
por Mauro S•
Heaps of fun, and very interesting, basic programming stuff. Very good and clear professors! kudos to Jennifer Campbell and Paul Gries.
por Kalinga B•
Course was absolutely good. I think that adding more on python specially about classes will be much productive.
Thank you all very much!
por Andrius P•
Great introductory course into Python. Some questions in the weekly tests were confusing to understand, otherwise it is a great course.
por Ashutosh S•
The course has been presented in the simplest possible way and is extremely friendly and intelligible to naive programmers like myself.
por Yazdan K•
It has summarized almost everything about Python, very thorough and also easy-to -digest content,
I am very satisfied with this course,
por Paul W•
well structured and building real skills for python development not just pieces of interesting things you can do with python as a noob!
por Syamala s D•
Its the best course i have ever encountered.I really enjoyed learning Thank you sir and mam for explaining the concepts very clearly.
por Rakesh P•
This is an excellent course for the beginners. I like the way of teaching and providing in depth knowledge of the concepts. Thank You.
por Lauro L•
Clear and valuable lessons teaching not only a program language (Python) but also important techniques on how to write a good program.
por John H•
It's an incredible introduction class. very informative and covers so many different things. Certainly worth every second invested! :)
It's very useful for a new man who starts to learn Python.And I have learned many practical knowledge which is hard to learn in Book.
por David P•
The best intro Python course on Coursera. Good pace, good explanations. Asks you to think, but not to know more than has been taught.