Great course. The first programming assignment was challenging and well worth the time invested, I would recommend it for anyone that wants to learn parallel programming in Java.
Very well structured and presented course! Very useful material with good relevant examples! Thank you, Prof. Sarkar for this Distributed Programming in Java course!
교육 기관: prabhakar k•
thanks to coursera platform,to learn new way to solving distributed problem in java
교육 기관: Marcos N F•
Excellent course and instructor. It is a nice introduction to several subjects.
교육 기관: Saifuddin M•
The course was well laid out and introduced me to some new concepts.
교육 기관: Jimmy C C•
Great lectures. I really learned a lot about distributed computing.
교육 기관: thiago a d m•
First two courses are better. This one is quick and a little vague
교육 기관: Dima B•
I would expect more indepth details about topics
교육 기관: sugashini.T (•
nice experience. i have learned a lot programs.
교육 기관: Susmit S•
The instructor was not clear with his approach
교육 기관: Samuele M•
Course does not go too deep in arguments, but gives a quite basic knowledge about distributed data structures and algorithms.
교육 기관: MIAO K•
Programming assignment is some what easy, I think it my be better to require student to finished the complete code.
교육 기관: Ramavtar M•
The basicness of this course is simply unexpectable. It makes you "Jack of all trades, master of none".
교육 기관: Atsuya K•
Covers topics not in the EPFL's distributed computing course. Assignments are trivial.
교육 기관: RAVI P•
Good course for over view of all the concepts related to Distributed Programming.
교육 기관: Ankit M•
Good course. I think MPI and Actors could use a lot more lectures and exercise.
교육 기관: Mehul P•
Please provide a detailed explanation to give some background knowledge.
교육 기관: Yatin G•
There are issues in the assignments created, and those are just due to negligence. The content is also not so challenging and teaching is average. Wont recommend the course at all
교육 기관: Keesun B•
Very poor rating system for mini project 4. Why don't you fix the problem?