Course typos and mistakes

#143

Yes I also noticed that.

#144

Is there a mistake here https://ivanontech.teachable.com/courses/287053/lectures/5189820

it reads

“If the boolean expression within the if-brackets evaluates to False the code inside the if-clause if not executed and if there is an else-clause present the code inside that will be executed.”

I believe the if in italics above should be is

#145

In the video - JS: Iterating an Array at 1:10 you say $.each() is from “javascript” but I believe you meant to say “jQuery”

#146

Hello @ivan,

in the JavaScript section (here: https://ivanontech.teachable.com/courses/287053/lectures/5126803) you are talking about “Chapter 1 (page 10-20)”.

What chapter and pages you are talking about? Maybe you missed to put a link here?

Kind regards
Kevin

#147

In HTML section, “Understanding web tech: Hardvard Lecture” should be “Harvard”.

John

#148

Hello @ivan

at first, https://eloquentjavascript.net/code/#2 is a really nice service.
At the beginning of the course I had downloading the Eloquent 3rd version.

So, when open https://eloquentjavascript.net/code/#2 the webpage is asking me if it should redirect me to https://eloquentjavascript.net/2nd_edition/code/#2.2 when I’m reading the 2nd version of the Eloquent.

Maybe you should alter the link on https://ivanontech.teachable.com/courses/287053/lectures/5228825 from https://eloquentjavascript.net/code/#2 to https://eloquentjavascript.net/2nd_edition/code/#2.2

Kind regards
Kevin

#150

Hey @ivan,

at https://ivanontech.teachable.com/courses/287053/lectures/5280778 the text on the page is doubled.

Cheers

#151

Smart Contract Programming, EOS Smart Contracts UPDATED, ETH vs EOS @7:20 Slide Row Heading “Langauge” should be “Language”,

#152

“This is a perfect and fun lecture from Harvard that will recap everything we’ve learned and will in some of the gaps you currently might have about HTML.”

Should say
“This is a perfect and fun lecture from Harvard that will recap everything we’ve learned and fill in some of the gaps you currently might have about HTML.”

#153

Hi @ivan,

I though I found a mistake at page https://ivanontech.teachable.com/courses/287053/lectures/5280490 in the JavaScript sections. It’s about reading in the eloquent about arrays and answer questions after that.

In the second part of the page the #3 question is not a question.

Cheers
OtenMoten

#154

Hi @ivan

at page https://ivanontech.teachable.com/courses/287053/lectures/5280778 every text is twice.

Cheers
OtenMoten

#155

Hello dear @ivan
I found a typo on page https://ivanontech.teachable.com/courses/287053/lectures/5287208

The word “cimpution” should be “computation” I thought.

Kind regards

#156

OtenMoten

Jan 1

Hello dear @ivan
I found a typo on page https://ivanontech.teachable.com/courses/287053/lectures/5287208

The word “cimpution” should be “computation” I thought.

Kind regards

Also on that same page, the second sentence has a typo too:
Although this lecture if optional - I suppose it should be “is” instead of “if”

#157

I’m fairly certain the link to the required book was for the 1st edition, this doesn’t work with the course. I was a little frustrated and confused when the quizzes and readings didn’t match the book.


(from your course)

I wanted the book but have just printed out the pages now so I don’t have to wait on another book to arrive.

#158

Also, keep in mind that it’s not about getting the right answer, it’s about trying to answer as good as you can.

Proper grammar should include “well” instead of “good”.

“Good” modifies a noun and is an adjective. “Well” modifies a verb and is an adverb. Verb modified is “trying”, so the adverb “well” should be used, and not “good”.

#159

In Smart Contract Programming, under Javascript Programming > Understanding If-Else Deeper, I found a couple of typos:

It is presently written: “If the boolean expression within the if-brackets evaluates to False the code inside the if-clause if not executed and if there is an else-clause present the code inside that will be executed.”

Instead, it should read something like:

If the boolean expression within the if-brackets evaluates to False the code inside the if-clause is not executed [or “will not be executed”] and if there is an else-clause present the code inside will be executed [or something like: “it is the code inside that will be executed”].

Does it make sense?

#160

First Course support link doesn’t work right now. @how to reach us

Best regrads

#161

hey guys i found a typo under the lection blockchain deep fundamentals, in the lecture public key cryptography in the last question 4 ‘‘what are the benefits och’’ <-- instead of ''of ‘’. otherwise thanks so much for the academy its been a blast, im since 2013 in this space and its nice to start again from the beginning a bit and recapture and learn new perspectives. ivan you have done an amazing job so far just keep it up that good work, also filip amazing job,love what you are doing with your communities and what you are all about. just amazing guys thanks for beeing there :slight_smile: greetings. avian