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Review: Prompt Engineering course from Deep Learning Institute

The Prompt Engineering course from Deep Learning Institute is a comprehensive introduction to the field. The course covers the basics of prompt engineering, including how to design prompts for different tasks, how to evaluate the performance of prompts, and how to troubleshoot problems with prompts. The course also includes hands-on exercises that allow you to practice your skills.


Here are some of the things I liked about the course:


Good:

  • The course is well-organized and easy to follow.

  • The content is clear and concise, and it is presented in a way that is easy to understand.

  • The exercises are challenging but rewarding.

  • The course includes a variety of resources, including videos, articles, and code examples.

  • The course is taught by experienced instructors who are passionate about prompt engineering.


Bad:

  • The course is primarily focused on developers, and it may be difficult for non-developers to follow.

  • The course does not cover all aspects of prompt engineering, and it may be necessary to supplement the course with additional resources.

  • The course is relatively expensive, and it may not be worth the cost for everyone.


Recommendation:

I would recommend this course to developers who are interested in learning about prompt engineering. The course is well-organized and easy to follow, and it provides a good introduction to the field. However, I would not recommend this course to non-developers, as it may be too difficult to follow.


Why is the course only for developers?

The course is primarily focused on developers because it requires some level of technical knowledge to understand the concepts and to complete the exercises. For example, the course covers topics such as natural language processing, machine learning, and deep learning. These are all complex topics that require a basic understanding of computer science.


Non-developers may be able to follow the course if they have a strong interest in prompt engineering and are willing to put in the extra effort to learn the necessary technical knowledge. However, for most non-developers, it would be more efficient to learn about prompt engineering through other resources, such as articles, blog posts, and tutorials.

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