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Python Using Databases in Python Meet Peewee First Queries

Kenneth's quizes are very difficult as they typically do not even ask features that were previously taught...

I am not very pleased with Kenneth's style of teaching. Some of these quizzes are frustrating and I tend to spend several hours trying to figure out what Kenneth expects since he never taught about what he is requesting.

I realize that the real world will be difficult like this but in a learning environment, this is not conducive.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,037 Points

What I remember of Kenneth's courses is not that he asks for things that weren't taught, but asks you to do things using what was taught in significantly different ways from the course examples. So it does make you think, since you're not just re-creating course examples with slightly different conditions.

I'm sure the effectiveness varies with your personal learning style. For the most part, I felt it worked well for me but was certainly more challenging.

If it's any consolation, all the newer courses and course refreshes will be taught by other instructors since he's moved on to other opportunities.