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Reactive Programming - so how was it for you?

chris webster
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Just wondering how all you clever folk got on with the Reactive Programming course in the end? Any tips/caveats for those of us who didn't make it but might want to try again next time?


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Will Myers
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Well I found it much tougher than the first course and I didn't manage a perfect score this time as I found it took far longer to do the assignments than I had available. As with the first course some assignments are harder than others and there's a lot of new concepts (for me anyway) to get your head round, enjoyed it though!
Will Myers
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Woohoo, got the certificate today, passed with distinction, not sure how though!
 
 
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