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?
1/26/2017 2:59:23355555555755Nunchuk and serial driver labsNot applicable - My management made the decisionTechnical resources on the Free Electrons websiteLinux board support package development, Boot time reduction, Development of real-time systems, Technical support, Bug fixing, Technology and architecture consulting5533From more than 100 km / 60 miles, same country
1/26/2017 3:00:323This training met my expectations very well. I have worked in this field for a long time and I have learnt a lot this week.55555Microphone difficulties.554I probably don't do enough work in the kernel to apply this every day but when I do the lessons from this will be very useful.735Debugging, history of Linux, playing with the Nunchuk driver.Locking.Availability for on-site sessions, Open training materials that can be checked in advancePresentations in conferencesNot interested55The labs are really the key to making this course really useful.A good mix of easier labs and some harder ones33From a foreign country
1/26/2017 3:00:383Even though I had quite a bit of background in kernel development with our company, the course was still very useful. It explained things in a structured way that made a lot of things clearer. Also, the sections on debugging and memory management were very useful.5554Feedback from the microphone - in house training at our company, so not much trainer could do about this.5545735Not applicable - My management made the decisionFree Electrons chosen by my managementNot interestedDidn't need a lot of help with the labs. He was able to answer any questions asked.34The labs were useful, but as I had some existing experience with driver development, most things were quite familiar.33From less than 100 km / 60 miles
1/26/2017 3:01:093Good length, 4 days was definitely enough time to complete the course. Large amount of things learnt.45Thomas was very knowledgeable about all topics talked about. 54Own company's room5554645Not applicable - My management made the decisionFree Electrons chosen by my managementNot interestedNot much help was needed, lab manual was comprehensive5533From less than 100 km / 60 miles
1/26/2017 3:01:10355553445745Availability for on-site sessions, TrainerPresentations in conferencesLinux board support package development3533From less than 100 km / 60 miles
1/26/2017 3:02:062Not too dense but the 4 or 5 days could be completely filled for experienced companies and teams.3555company training room3company equipment
Beagle bone was a good platform for embedded/ARM development.
4547Let the kernel debugging lab happens earlier. It's very likely that people working the labs can get Oops messages. It will help by understanding how to read them.

More kernel debugging discussion. Kernel programming is a big and complicated topic. I'm sure debugging can really help. Topics like how to use ftrace and perf tools.
5Depending on work and availability in NZ. There are probably many more embedded Linux topics.4The labs because they are more or less directly applicable to our work or help to actively learn concepts. One more lab per day would be good.The person who had to do the printouts had to put a lot of work in, and things like the lab solutions (source code) don't have to be on paper. Even other documents would probably work well as PDFs or websites. Comment Free Electrons: Training materials were printed by the customer for this particular session. Unless there is a practical need for this, Free Electrons always brings the printed materials, so that there is no additional work on the customer side.Not applicable - My management made the decisionFree Electrons chosen by my managementLinux board support package development35Quite easy to finish but still challenging to work through during the lab.33From less than 100 km / 60 miles
1/26/2017 3:03:5632Electronic copies of the slides would of been sufficient - was no need to print all the slides off.55Listened more than read the written details.35454755Trainer, Thomas bought Chris a beerFree Electrons chosen by my managementNot really up to us :)It would be nice to have some quiz type of questions in between the sessions. May be related to topic. It may make the session more activeCan be more active asking people how they are doing, but also don't spend the whole time with one group.5432One or two we didn't finish in timeFrom less than 100 km / 60 miles
1/26/2017 3:04:2833If a guidebook was available that was the content of the sides but extended to cover the points talked about. This would be great as a future reference. Many important points can be lost when squished into a power point like format. 5445444635Debugging, labs.Should be more humor to keep us alert, or more short breaks. To be fair, the course was crunched into 4 days rather than 5.Not applicable - My management made the decisionFree Electrons chosen by my managementnot up to me3433From less than 100 km / 60 miles
1/26/2017 3:14:073Already knew some of what was covered, but was surprised with what I still learnt.4554Course was on-site, so room was provided by company.2Computer was a bit slow to compile kernel, but again this was provided by our own company.533634Kernel debugging.Availability for on-site sessions, Not applicable - My management made the decisionFree Electrons chosen by my managementLinux board support package development, Boot time reduction, Development of real-time systems, Build environment support, On-site engineeringMostly didn't need extra help beyond what was already provided.45Without the labs, would have forgotten some of this too quickly.33From less than 100 km / 60 miles