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Python Object-Oriented Python Inheritance Multiple Superclasses

These videos need to go slower. Kenneth goes way too fast and doesn't explain it thoroughly.

Teamtreehouse, these OOB videos need to be re-created. Kenneth goes way too fast and doesn't explain it clearly enough.

4 Answers

James Fisher
James Fisher
29,163 Points

I would have to agree with the initial question/comment - up until the Multiple Super Classes video it was flowing and making a lot of Sense - However once he started to fly through it like the concept of MRO and design of multiple super classes is intuitive(which it's not) things got very confusing. Great job up until this point though...

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,921 Points

It won't help the explanations, but you can slow down the video with the speed control on the player, it's just left of the CC control.

Yes it's as if this video skipped a couple steps in between, as it is a giant leap. It's like he introduced the concept of inheritance in the previous video, and then all of sudden next video he's going over applications, refactoring of multiple inheritances in a reverse-engineering type of learning style (as the code was already written). What the heck?

Nicole Buckenwolf
Nicole Buckenwolf
8,719 Points

Agreed - somewhere else on the forum another person shared this series on YouTube and it's been super helpful to me as a supplement with this.