The course is great... You can definitely learn many things... Was kind of hard for me and i went many times back and forth through most of the lectures... However i think i learn many new things....
Wonderful course! I learnt many useful SQL statements and know how to combine database operations into python program. Dr. Chuck's lectures are always comprehensible and clear. Thank you, professor.
por Marc B•
Excellent - but I wish that the course had tougher assignments to really push me to practice on the topic - although I admit this is hard to grade.
por Chrystian R S d S•
Week 5 was very poor, out of date and it could be better comparing to the previous weeks. Professor is very good, I just expected more in the end.
This lecture is very useful and helpful to myself,but I hope whether can add more details or sample bout a real project of database with Python.
por Harsh D•
Another great course, just lacked bit more info on databases like showing how JOIN works, HAVING BY, and nested SELECT to do complicated queries.
por Archishman R•
This course was really very intuitive. I got a good hands on experience as well. A big shout-out to Dr. Chuck for being such a wonderful teacher.
por nikhil y•
Peer Review: Installing and Running Python Screen Shots
i got grade 40 in week1 but am not able to upload screent shots again. can anyone help me?
por yaw o a•
Unlike the other courses, the material was quite new. And the videos were shorter than the first one. The assignments were also quite simple too
por Gaurav S•
The course was so amazing, I expected much more in depth database knwoledge but it is also enough and good. Learning is a never ending process.
Very useful course. The instructor has a smooth teaching approach that's about as motivating as it gets. Thanks a lot Coursera and Dr. Chuck.
por Yuanqin M•
I think it could be better if I have more time to see the PPT and write down the important thing rather than change the screen too often.
por VAIBHAV B•
Nice course . The part of SQL DATABASE was amazingly taught. If python implementation would have been little bit more , it would be great
por Paul H•
Great to learn how easy the SQL and Python integrate. Very straightforward examples and tests. Well explained and exactly what was needed.
por John J•
Very good introduction to databases and the use of this with python. uses python 2 version. Simple explanation for beginners. Recommended.
this course is just as a preparation for database with python, we need to learn more or to learn other courses if we want to be experts.
por James C•
Good course material but the assignments are too basic! Simply copying code or adding a few lines, but not as much hands on as I'd like.
por Bijoy K B•
It is a good course to learn about the very basics of Databases. And use Python to create our own database files using python commands.
por Muralidhara B K•
The Coursera and this course both helped me with my dreams. The course was way better than I thought and classes were extremely lively.
por Bryan L•
lectures are good. hw assignments are just a tad too easy. i believe diligent students could handle slight;y more difficult assignments
por Harshal M•
There are some concepts which were not elaborated very well. I request the faculties to add extra lectures as it might help beginners.
por Daniel R•
Very good, felt like we could have done more work with hands on file writing and coding but it was nice to build off of someone elses.
por Arun K•
It was a very great experience to have this course. this has given me a lots of things to gain. I thanks to courser and group for p
por Deepesh A•
It is good short course but could be better if it is more detailed and l could work on more examples but the last week was awesome.
por David K•
The course gives you a quick overview on how web-data, database, and html work together . It is great to practice the techniques.
por Zhai Y•
A bit too easy. I really wish there'd be a more advanced project for us to better understand and implement the database and python
por sandeep a•
Touches on a lot of subjects. Each having its own complexity. I'd have loved of the concepts are covered in a little more depth.