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1513 points
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Submitted by
nando
about 4 years ago

This exercise is way too complex. Simply filling in values is worthless.

This exercise need serious fixing for most people who are taking this course (beginning level of Ruby)


2 votes

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I just hate how limited the debugger can be at running the code. I mean, not everyone writes symols like this 'ex' => '123', but not also that, apparently it doesn't know that ex['first'] and ex.first are the same thing. I feel crippled using this editor.

34 points
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Submitted by
Al
about 4 years ago


2 votes

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I just think we need a more indepth lesson on using json and api's in general, I feel like I'm just googling around for answers or looking at the q&a section too much and not really learning anything.

2173 points
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Submitted by
Ryan
almost 4 years ago


1 vote

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I have found some of the exercises on this site to be too brief . The steps on some course should be broken down. ie please go slower for those of us not quite up to speed.

I found the php course just too brief. We were into object oriented programming before I new what was happening.

Hope to return to CA quite soon , but for now i am getting experience in php , which i hope to stick to for a while.

If anyone can point me in the direction of lots of examples of good php on the web i would appreciate it!

561 points
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Submitted by
joe312
almost 4 years ago


0 votes

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the path is long but sure

561 points
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Submitted by
joe312
about 4 years ago