Code with Ethereum & Solidity: The Complete Developer Guide
Use Ethereum, Solidity, and Smart Contracts to build production-ready apps based on the blockchain
12 reviews for Code with Ethereum & Solidity: The Complete Developer Guide
Show all Most Helpful Highest Rating Lowest Rating
Epameinondas Theodoropoulos –
The instructor gave very good explanations. The problem is that many videos are outdated and have some error. The Q&A section address them but i believe the instructor should record again these videos with the new knowledge.
I liked it a lot and it has a very good Ethereum introduction, but I wanted to dive in more in the Ethereum and solidity ecosystem.
Martin Flisar –
It’s good course to start with Solidity. Stephen is a good teacher, he explains everything but I doubt that he is a serious programmer since he has very poor naming, ordering, stylistic and organisational conventions.
Dragon Ling –
Overall Great Course! I just wish it was updated a little more frequently due to all the changes recently being made with the Atom Launcher sunsetting. As well as big differences between the solidity compiler used in the lesson’s vs the most updated.
Ajagbe Yusuf Babatunde –
Just starting and it seeming nice, can’t say too much just yet as i have seen comment where people complain about some of the tool used are outdated or so but then it’s a long way to go for me so i won’t judge anything just yet. After finishing it half way now i am confess this is totally valuable i mean the step by step guidance and error analysis is just awesome. I already bought your course on React-Redux and React-Typescript because if there is anything i crave for right is to be as good as you are in this programming thing , I love you Stephen Grider.
Ruslan Popov –
Amazing course, at the end a little bit fast, but if you read it once again slowly at the end it will make sense 🙂
Andres Herrera –
The content is very good, and the teacher really explains all in detail. However, it seems the support part of the course is dead. Since this course is from 2016 and although they have made good efforts in keeping the course up-to-date, there are still parts that break, and when you use the ‘Ask a question’ section, no one replies, leaving you alone whenever you face an issue.
Mark Christian Tan –
I’ve learned a lot from the course! Stephen really did a great job at explaining all the concepts needed to learn. Also the course materials were up-to-date.
Lincoln Lemos –
Tive muita dificuldade para elaborar algumas tarefas das aulas, pois os programas estão em versões muito desatualizadas.
Akintola Lukman –
Great way of teaching.will gladly recommend to any willing learner…much thanks to every member.
Antonio Carlos Garcia Junior –
In fact the course is very rich in information besides Ethereum. It utilizes an exemple of web3 web3 app development with a high degree of complexity. They could use simpler web3 examples to teach more about applications with Ethereum.
David Hom –
Excellent course on Ethereum basics and how to connect a web frontend to an Ethereum backend.
I appreciate Stephen’s clear approach. Not too fast, yet not pedantic. At the end of this course, I felt like I better understood the what’s and how’s around building a web3 app and I look forward to learning more on my own.
I was torn over the stars rating, because I found the course extremely helpful. However, while I understand that Ethereum technology is constantly changing, I felt it was distracting that rather than re-record certain lessons to accommodate changes in software versions, it was decided to simply overlay older videos with instructions that superceded what was being said in the video. Additionally, there were several “lessons” added on that directed the student to make various changes because version X is deprecated and version Y is the current approach.
In the end, perhaps the approach taken made me think more about how the tooling is evolving. However, as I was going through it, it felt distracting and disjunct.
Nevertheless, I recommend this course to anyone who is interested in how ethereum works and wants to build several projects to start to get hands on.