Great course, nicely rounded off the discussions from previous parts. Really puts OOP style programming in context and nicely contrasts it from the functional programming concepts. Highly recommended!
Very Challenging course but worth it at all the explanation in the three parts helps you a lot I recommend it for every one wanting to approach better to different programming languages.
por Sam R•
por Morton L•
por Alejandro M•
por jani k•
por Abdifatah A•
por Brandon C I•
Again, great course - I was a little bit shaky on the Ruby, but to be honest this was my first real dive into what OOP is "really like" (as far as I can tell). I was also impressed by how certain important concepts from Part B were also tested towards the end (e.g., streams). I also enjoyed the material on subtyping towards the end; it makes you actually want to be interested in implementing a small language like that someday. The only caveat I must mention (and what the missing star is due to) is that, I had a little trouble on my Linux machine getting a version of Tcl/Tk to work with my installation of Ruby, since Ruby doesn't accept the latest (packaged) version of Tcl/Tk. I also had trouble with Jruby, and in the end opted to manually install older versions of Tcl and Tk. But I think the Tetris experience was worth it :) That whole little sidetrack actually also turned me on to the possibility of how PLs use graphics libraries in general, so let's see where that leads...