Course Feedback


#144

Thanks Ivan! I just started, but i think it will be very interesting and informative !!!


#145

I like how there isn’t a tutorial for installing Node on Linux. If you are on Linux you already know the command line :wink:


#146

I’m still in the beginning of the course, but I would like to suggest an option to have the information off line. It would be good to still have access to the course material, even if I am out of my base in a location without internet. Thanks and congrats!


#147

The course content is very organized and specific. You can tell a good amount of time and effort went into making this course very detailed and spread out. Can’t wait to get started!


#148

Suggestion: It would pretty nice in that the end the course. You point some projects that need volunteers on GitHub. So we can apply our experience.


#149

Did anybody else have problems pulling stock data after watching the CS50 course?

function quote() {
  var url = '/quote?symbol=' + $('#symbol').val();
  $.getJSON(url, function(data) {
    alert(data.price);
  });
}

#150

i have been in the computer arena for over 40 years and still learning:nerd_face:slowly


#151

Very interesting material is presented in this course - the inner workings of the box in front of us. Thank you.


#152

i have completed a couple of Blockchain related courses but this has to be 'the best ’ i have seen

great Job Ivan


#153

Hello @ivan ,

the “JavsScript Programming” section was on a perfect level for beginners.
I felt good guided through the course.

The length of the videos are optimal and the time need to spend to read the papers is also adequate.

Cheers


#154

It is awesome, well organized and rich in content.
I am lucky to be in such course.


#155

Hello @ivan

I felt very well guided through my first JavaScript experience.
The fail I mentioned in I am completely stuck might be just a little confusing in case of mine because I’m naturally hasty, nevermind.

I’m excited about the upcoming C++ chapter. Currently, due to my university works, I’m very into C++.

Kind regards
OtenMoten :space_invader:


#156

is the content in this course still relevant and up to date?


#157

I’ve enjoyed all three of your courses. However it is sometimes difficult to understand the quiz questions and answers as well as the summary page above and below your topic videos.
Sometimes the translation to English is unclear.

If you are interested in my help I’d be happy to rewrite problem areas for you free of charge. Your topics are very helpful and i hate for students to get lost in translation.

I’ve rewritten items from the Blockchain fundamentals, but stopped because I hate doing things twice so if you are interested and have a format you’d like me to use please reply and we can coordinate our efforts.

If you are satisfied with the content as is that is fine as well. I just thought I’d offer as I recently left my position as CFO at a startup d’app company.

Katy


#158

This course is awesome and well worth paying for. My only suggestion is that Filip’s solution repo’s have comments considering his sections have more moving parts than Ivan’s. I made comments myself as I typed the code, but it would be nice to have comments in the solution code so that I can be sure that I fully understood each line/function, etc.

Second, I would prefer more Ethereum stuff such as Truffle, OpenZeppelin, etc. Filip has awesome videos on these topics on his youtube channel, but I feel like knowledge in these topics is pretty much required to land any kind of job coding job in the Ethereum space.

Third, I felt like error first callbacks were just thrown at us, and could have been better covered in Ivan’s callback section.

Otherwise, everything else is perfecto and I think this is tied with “Blockchain at Berkeley” as the best blockchain course online.

Greta job guys!


#159

Seems that videos are not loading at the moment. Can you please research this :confused:


#160

Now they are loading but you cant adjust the speed anymore. Very dissapointed by the bad support.


#161

Hi Ivan.

This Q in your Blockchain Fundamentals course has misleading language since all options are marked as correct answers. A better phrasing of this question would be “Which of these words are commonly associated with blockchain?” Not super important, but I thought I’d point it out. :grinning:

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