1 de jun. de 2021
Fue buena experiencia el conocer los métodos usados antes y compararlos con los actuales, los conocimientos de seguridad necesarios y como todo está ligado a esto.
4 de jun. de 2020
Engaging presentation and food for thoughts. Although high level, I found the course worthwhile even as an experienced software engineer.
por Марина Р•
6 de jul. de 2020
To be honest
This is the most lazily created course I ever met (not only on coursera)
Do you really think I didn't read wikipedia page about Software design before enrolling a specialization related to it?
Videos are full of superficial information, nothing applicable.
Some pictures in the lectures have low resolution and almost anreadable, one lecture has at least 10 seconds of dying UPS sound in background.
Quizes are awful they don't check understanding, but how I remembered in which year waterfall was created. And the Idea of creating 5 more quizes from random subsets of the same set of questions is really bad idea.
I comparing this one with specialization of University of Alberta and I'm surprised by such big difference in knowledge thy provide
Hope so much other three courses of this specialization are much better than this one.
por Refah A•
7 de jul. de 2020
the videos weren't that much informative and the ideas discussed seemed to be irrelevant with each other, hopefully the next course in the specialization will be informative enough to me
por Ryan W•
7 de feb. de 2022
Many quizes had questions covering material from later weeks. Security was barely mentioned until the end of the course.
por Robin S S•
28 de oct. de 2020
I can't recommend this course. The videos are fine, but nothing you couldn't look up on youtube. The quizes aren't helpful for learning and there's no other ways to "test" what you learn. One week's "external readings" just points to a wikipedia page. There's nothing here you couldn't learn for free on youtube or blog sites.