I knew a thing or two about programming in Python before this class so I can say that the instructors did a good job in delivering knowledge I already had, as well as concepts that were new to me. Video-lectures were fun and well structured, quizzes did an excellent job at testing the our knowledge, and the Mini-projects are a terrific way to test our new skills. The Forum and he Code Clinic are great places if you're stuck and need help. Scott Rixner and Joe Warren are great teachers, and CodeSculptor is a great tool for people who are new to programming. VizMode is a great debugging tool, and although I didn't use it often, I think it's great for new programmes. John Greiner's "Programming tips" videos were very helpful, as were his instruction on how to use VizMode. Coursera, as a provider, was stable and easy to use. I had a great time taking this course and it motivated me not only to continue learning new programming techniques, but to take other courses as well.