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Sobre o curso

Welcome to this guided project. In this 2-hour long project-based course, you will learn how to “use GIthub to provide hosting for software development and Visual Studio to host code locally on your electronic device.” I know it seems like a lot by the end of the project will develop a better understanding of Github and Visual Studio Code. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....

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AA

2 de dez de 2020

Amazing explanation of the basics of using Github & Visual Studio Code.

RV

23 de jul de 2022

Course is clear and easy to understand, author taught in good pace

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1 — 19 de 19 Avaliações para o Introduction to Github and Visual Studio Code

por Gary C

13 de mar de 2021

I was excited about this 'guided project'. The Instructor enunciates well and speaks at a reasonable pace. And Coursera's Rhyme learning environment works very well. Unfortunately, that's the end of the good things about this course. While I realize that a 1-2 hour course cannot cover many topics, nor go into too much depth on any topic, this Introduction does not go into enough detail on any topic to be useful. A substantial amount of time is spent simply telling us the names of some of the features of Github and VS Code while providing little or no explanation about what those features actually do. I think perhaps trying to introduce both Github and VS Code is too much for 1-2 hours. I think perhaps that learners might be better served if there was two separate projects -- 'Introduction to Github' and 'Introduction to VS Code' -- that were each 1-2 hours. (I am sorry if this review comes across as overly negative but I would do a disservice to my fellow learners if I did not give an honest review.)

por Enver

3 de dez de 2020

Amazing explanation of the basics of using Github & Visual Studio Code.

por Jonathan A

18 de fev de 2021

Good for setting up a new user (creates a real account).

por Harish c

19 de fev de 2022

Very good course for begineres

por PEYYALA R K

18 de out de 2021

good learning platform

por Amol C P

12 de abr de 2021

Great Course

por 221810301035 P S R

10 de set de 2021

good course

por Detlef H

17 de dez de 2020

Give rough overview, never the less some errors not called about and how to add an branch etc..

por Elham

10 de dez de 2021

Not very useful.

por Ravi V

24 de jul de 2022

Course is clear and easy to understand, author taught in good pace

por andrew h

3 de jun de 2022

Great introduction to Github and Visual Studio Code.

por Tina L C

13 de mai de 2021

Excellent Course for Beginners. Let's Code!!

por Aymen A S

12 de abr de 2021

Great for Beginners. Intuitive and graspable. Not for moderately experienced, let alone professionals.

por AAYUSHI M

28 de abr de 2022

Introduction to Github and Visual Studio Code good to learn

por RUCHITHA S K

4 de set de 2021

It was good working on this project

por Antonio C C

20 de mai de 2021

Good

por Peter S

21 de jan de 2022

R​equires Github Desktop. Please include the use of Github Desktop in description.

por Somnath C

25 de set de 2021

ok

por Nicholas B

15 de dez de 2021

The instructor did not provide a thorough description of what git really is, nor github, or how it interacts with VS Code. Most importantly the instructor didn't cover WHY any particular task was being done, or how any particular step fits in a workflow. She simply shows what options are present under each menu in the applications (again, without saying WHY you'd be looking for anything there.) A simple, real world example would suffice, e.g. "Suppose you're working on a software or coding project with someone else. Here's how you would share your code with them, and here's how you'd share your code updates". But nothing of this sort was introduced. Save your money and read the docs.