This is a university degree course which takes enormous effort to complete. But still its beond the programming course range giving you whats not possible to google or learn practical way. Thanks!
Thank you for this exciting course! I did the FP in Scala course a few years ago and decided to do the full certification now. I am looking forward to the next courses in the specialisation.
교육 기관: Semyon•
lectures do not correspond to the laboratory work
교육 기관: Seongsan K•
I wish the same instructor did all the lectures
교육 기관: Christian L•
Last week passes by the subjects superficially
교육 기관: philip g•
really interesting but very demanding course
교육 기관: Andrius V•
Course material needs reviewing and updates
교육 기관: Angelos M•
It is a really nice course but a bit dated.
교육 기관: Andrew M•
a little worse structured than first course
교육 기관: Daan S•
I missed a bit of coherence in this course
교육 기관: Oleg S•
Good. But the previous course was better.
교육 기관: Vyacheslav A•
Streams part was especially interesting.
교육 기관: Hong C•
Lecture 1.4 Monads is too abstruse.
교육 기관: dd3334•
교육 기관: viktor o•
Great course, really enlightening
교육 기관: Damon Z•
A little difficult but have fun.
교육 기관: Shad A•
Thought provoking exercises.
교육 기관: Marcin Z•
Better than the first part!
교육 기관: Dumitru C•
Classical in type and value
교육 기관: Hitesh•
Good Course. Recommended
교육 기관: Pietro G•
Actors were missing.
교육 기관: Riccardo C•
High quality course
교육 기관: Kyoung-Seop P•
Very good! ^^
교육 기관: Aleksey D•
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교육 기관: Michael J A•
If you're new to Scala and/or functional programming, then the material covered here will be very valuable.
However, I was fairly disappointed. Much of the coursework was pulled from the original "Functional Programming in Scala" course, as well as the "Principles of Reactive Programming" course. Indeed, there are references to material from those courses that are not actually included here, which must be a little confusing for anyone who hasn't taken those courses. The first two assignments came, respectively, from those two courses also.
There wasn't as much emphasis on architecting a functional program as I might have expected from the title. Instead, the course focused more on using functional principles when implementing computations. The coverage of functional reactive programming (FRP) was very good, but again, I would have expected more of a 30,000ft overview of how to design an application using FRP.
In short, I felt this course to be a little incoherent and disjointed.
교육 기관: Porter J•
Martin Odersky's lectures are excellent as always. The first few weeks of material were excellent and very helpful--particularly the coverage of the advantages and disadvantages of mixing mutable state with functional programming. My issue with this course is the the final week's materials are patched together and seemingly incomplete--some of the videos switched to a different lecturer, who was referencing concepts not covered in the course. I was able to figure things out enough to complete the assignments, but based on the exercises in the course I wouldn't feel comfortable implementing functional reactive programming in a production environment--this was a good introduction to the concepts, but the solution in the programming assignments feels very makeshift and is not something I have a lot of trust in.