It was much more text-oriented course, rather than classical video one. The assignments were probably a bit too easy, and answers sometimes obvious. The course seemed a bit too rushed for 6 weeks, and could function better if it was stretched to 8-10 weeks. Loved the games and projects, but these were facultative, and few people had time for that. Quizzes were perhaps too easy even if you didn't go through the lectures, but the material itself is quite difficult if there's no prior JS knowledge. It could function better if the series was joined with a JS intro (although, if you have previous experience, it should be easy). Codebin examples were nice, but we spent a little time coding and much time on theoretical background, perhaps there should be an equal amount of theory and practice, and introduce these facultative projects as peer-reviewed ones. It's a nice course, but it seems less like a course, more like an interactive version of w3c.org.