So as you already know, I've enrolled to Functional Programming in Scala Specialization on Coursera. Currently I'm passing through the 4th course of the series "Big Data Analysis with Scala and Spark". If to be more precise, two days ago I completed an assignment for weeks #2 and #3. As usually I'm going to share my experience.
So this week is an official start of 4th course from Scala Specialization on Coursera. I mean Spark course. This is an outstanding event, because so many students have been waited for this almost 1 year :) What does it mean for me? Firstly I need to keep focused on video lectures and assignments. Secondly, I decided to share my impressions about the course here.
This Spring I paid around $350 for the new specialization on Coursera. Its name Functional Programming in Scala. Since that time I have completed 3 courses, and 2 are still not published. So I decided to use this pause for writing a some kind of report. I believe this information may be helpful for those of you who still have doubts regarding the start of the Scala specialization on Coursera.
I enrolled to Functional Programming in Scala specialization on Coursera. It consists of 5 courses which will take around 180 days. First course in the specialization is Functional Programming Principles in Scala. I already completed the first week and learned some stuff about recursive functions. So It's time to share some knowledge.