TimestampHow did the course meet your learning objectives?How was the duration of the course?Comments and suggestionsComments and suggestionsHow useful was the lecture document?Comments and suggestionsWill you recommend this document to others?Comments and suggestionsIf you have Linux / Android project opportunities, will you use this document again in the future?Comments and suggestionsHow knowledgeable was the instructor?Comments and suggestionsDid instructor oral explanations add value to the lecture materials?CommentsHow much value did the instructor add to lecture materials?Suggestions and commentsWas the instructor helpful with practical labs?Comments and suggestionsHow do you rate the training equipment (mainly computers)?Comments and suggestionsHow well was the course organized (program, registration, schedule...)?Comments and suggestionsHow much did you learn?Comments and suggestionsHow useful should this course be in your daily job?Comments and suggestionsWould you recommend this course to others?Comments and suggestionsOverall ratingComments and suggestionsFurther training needs?CommentsHow did the course meet your learning objectives?What part(s) of the course did you like most?CommentsWhat part(s) of the course did you like least?What reasons prompted you to choose Free Electrons?How did you first learn about Free Electrons?Interested in other types of embedded Linux / Android engineering services?Comments and expectationsComments and suggestionsHow do you rate training conditions (room size, equipment, environment)?How useful were the training labs?Comments and suggestionsComments and suggestionsHow difficult were the training labs?Was enough time dedicated to practical labs?Comments and suggestionsHow far do you come from?
9/22/2016 11:31:143see the background level of the trainees in Linux, to deal with them all within average level5add hints that some scripts are which belong to the host or the target5555555755practical side and new info that related to Linux OSNot applicable - My management made the decisionFree Electrons chosen by my managementDevelopment of real-time systems, Root filesystem development, Bug fixing, On-site engineering55the lab document was cover the practical side very good, so sum problems appear that instructor helps to solve44From more than 100 km / 60 miles, same country
9/22/2016 11:40:193554I would like to add more than one board during the course to ensure the understanding of the process of applying the knowledge. 5454the grade 5 when starting implying the course knowledge on the field and practice at home ^^ 4For Embedded Systems side, the kernel compilation will not be always done, it will be developed by my colleges, but the course opens my mind to get the idea how I will do it at least for home and testing.

defiantly I will use this course material so much coming days
65Running system with FPGA + use more electronics parts with arm processors 4I like the way how the notes and the time management + the instructor encourage us to start thinking about contributing to Linux society.

the complex part for me to understand the skeleton of the files and the commands sequence and where I have to check,Trainer, Open training materials that can be checked in advance, Language, communication with email so good ^^Course recommended by previous participantsLinux board support package development, Boot time reduction, Development of real-time systemsDevelop kernel drivers with minimal size and faster boot time54I would suggest to add a picture of the skeleton of file tree and variables that has been used or hiddenly used which matters of the results. 34From a foreign country
9/22/2016 12:41:063The duration is just fine.The course helped out to figure and understand different aspects about the development of the Linux Kernel for embedded systems. I think it would be better if a community development board was used such as Raspberry Pi.5The lecture documentation were very useful which i be using as a reference for some time.5He was able to answer all inquires with good explanation. He also gave a history overview on some tools how they were started and what he thinks it will be in the future.5He did try to give more information and experience on what is presented on the lecture materials. 5Good training conditions4Good training equipment4It was well organized5Many concepts were not clear to me which were made clear to be in this course.3I would like to shift totally from using Windows to Linux. So this course would be helpful for my daily uses for Linux environment 75Linux kernel and driver development training5Cross compilation of different libraries with different installation paths and dependencies.Real-Time LinuxAvailability for on-site sessions, Trainer, Open training materials that can be checked in advance, LanguageInternet search enginesLinux board support package development, Boot time reduction, Root filesystem development, On-site engineeringHe was able to identify problems just in ease.45It is difficult to understand the lectures without the training labs. After trainings labs it was much clear how things work.They were just fine.33With good Internet connection speed and fairly powerful machines to build there is enough time since they play a major role in the practical labs. So i think adding some recommendations about machine specification in the agenda would nice.From less than 100 km / 60 miles
9/22/2016 12:41:083it is better to make it two weeks instead of one week so have more time on each point,4adding more graphs and diagrams will be really helpful,
it is good also to have some videos that illustrate some principals of the kernel layer or other layers.
545perfect 3343544Open training materials that can be checked in advance, CostFree Electrons chosen by my managementPower management, Development of real-time systems, Technical supportanswer all the questions and fix most of errors we got in short time.53some of them were really interesting but few others ware little bit boring,some of them were good and easy to do but most of them were little bit hard32From less than 100 km / 60 miles