I already had experience in Programming but that was 17 years ago that I studied computer engineering, after that I never returned to write code at all. So the concepts were there, but python did not even exist at that time.
I found useful:
- The slides, the video explanations, the tests, and somehow the evaluations
I found cumbersome:
- The curated notes, to me they were notes like in an appendix, how someone can estimate how much time an appendix will take
- The Office hours, never understood wery well what they were for
-The tool to be auto-evaluated, sometimes I created the program and test it in Real Python and it worked, however in the tool, it did not, if the result did not match 100% percent.
-I think that some information that is missing in the course is how to clear a screen and how to force python allow other characters different than those in english, since there may be people like me who want to add characters not in the english alphabet.
On the whole, I would say it was very useful, and appreciate the great effort made.
Gracias amigos! :D