Very Good course intermediate or even advance level for embedded systems programming. I highly recommend this course for who wants to learn writing good quality, maintainable and portable code
It was a very efficient course to refresh my knowledge on embedded systems. The lecturer's voice and the visuals that he has used were pretty supporting to concentrate on the videos.
por Sunkugalla R•
por Pablo C•
The course presents several interesting concepts, but the lack of practical tasks makes the course loose a lot of its potential. I did the first module of the specialization as well, and the difference between the depth among the 2 is huge. While the first had a coding task for each week of the course, this one consisted of just presenting some concepts and a multiple selection quiz for each week.
Finally, there is no need to buy the hardware for this course as it is not used in this module. Overall, very interesting material but the lack of practical tasks makes it loose some points.
por Eser G•
The provided information is very useful and the delivery is also great. However, it is extremely brief and feels like a trailer rather than a course. There are no assignments where you have to write code, and the development board that's supposed to be required is barely used. Most of the concepts are touched but left for later. Considering that there are no more courses (even though Coursera says this is 2 of 4), this is a big disappointment.
por Aleksandr B•
Это полностью теоретический курс, ни одной сторочки реального кода вы в нем не напишите.
В начале курса просять купить dev board, но никакой практики с ней тоже не будет.
Отсутвует ссылки на исходный код примеров или презентации.
Реальный объем куса - намного меньше заявленного.
Спокойно можено пройти курс за 3 вечера. Часик на видео и пол часа на тесты каждой недели.
por NICOLAS D C•
The contents of this course are very useful, but don't match the description, at all. This course is way more theoretical than the previous one, and though you are encouraged to purchase a development board at the beginning, there are no practical assignments.
Regardless, I learned a lot about CPU's architecture and specialized C programming stuff
por Tatenda C•
I was expecting that there would be more hands on assignments to use the MSP432 board, and actually do some programming. There are definitely some great embedded programming techniques shared and explained well, but it needs more practical application/exercises.
por Alex G•
It's a good class. But its too bad it didn't continue with the code assignments, applying make files and programming the MSP432. I got the hardware to do it and all. Without that part of the class, it seems unfinished.
por Jose L C S•
no es necesario el uso del microcontrolador, solo se realiza un breve ejemplo
por Hariprasaath R•
Please add more hands on assignments like course 1
Good course but certificate is not issued
por Tamas C•
The course material has little to do with embedded programming and more with simple, basic C programming.
But that is not why I am not giving more stars: whenever I was trying to answer the vaguely phrased questions, I had to guess what the teacher believed was the correct answer. Based on how you interpret the questions, some of the expected answers are plain wrong. And some I cannot even understand how could be possibly correct, no matter how I am trying to interpret the questions. All in all, it was a frustrating experience and I have learned next to nothing for £70 + the price of the board that I did not need to use even once during the course.
por Meryama N•
Course has only slides videos and quizzes, instructor speaks very fast, like reading, doesn't repeat information or show how it's used in real life. there are no assignment, nothing challenging. I passed the course, but I don't feel like I learned anything.
por Juan P P d L E•
Good for beginners to learn about C. The name of the course is misleading as you are never required to use the hardware it tell you to buy.
por Colin O•
The TI launchpad was never used. This is more of a basic level C programming classes than Embedded Systems or Hardware Architecture. Very odd advertising.