|Timestamp||How did the course meet your learning objectives?||How was the duration of the course?||Comments and suggestions||Comments and suggestions||How useful was the lecture document?||Comments and suggestions||Will you recommend this document to others?||Comments and suggestions||If you have Linux / Android project opportunities, will you use this document again in the future?||Comments and suggestions||How knowledgeable was the instructor?||Comments and suggestions||Did instructor oral explanations add value to the lecture materials?||Comments||How much value did the instructor add to lecture materials?||Suggestions and comments||Was the instructor helpful with practical labs?||Comments and suggestions||How do you rate the training equipment (mainly computers)?||Comments and suggestions||How well was the course organized (program, registration, schedule...)?||Comments and suggestions||How much did you learn?||Comments and suggestions||How useful should this course be in your daily job?||Comments and suggestions||Would you recommend this course to others?||Comments and suggestions||Overall rating||Comments and suggestions||Further training needs?||Comments||How did the course meet your learning objectives?||What part(s) of the course did you like most?||Comments||What 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 expectations||Comments and suggestions||How do you rate training conditions (room size, equipment, environment)?||How useful were the training labs?||Comments and suggestions||Comments and suggestions||How difficult were the training labs?||Was enough time dedicated to practical labs?||Comments and suggestions||How far do you come from?|
|5/19/2017 10:07:27||3||4||5||5||4||4||5||5||5||7||5||5||Availability for on-site sessions, Trainer, Open training materials that can be checked in advance||Technical resources on the Free Electrons website||Technical support||5||4||4||4||From a foreign country|
|5/19/2017 12:47:24||4||4||4||3||3||5||5||4||5||6||4||4||Trainer, Open training materials that can be checked in advance||Internet search engines||Power management||It would be great to understand student knowledge before attending the course. Provide small test kind of stuff so that user can go through it and evaluate himself weather it really suits him or not. And other-way you can split the audience in basic, intermittent or advanced user. So it will give good level field for every student.||5||5||3||3||From a foreign country|
|5/19/2017 12:52:31||3||4||4||4||5||5||4||5||3||6||3||4||Open training materials that can be checked in advance, Access to full feedback from participants to previous sessions||Internet search engines||Not interested||5||4||3||3||From more than 100 km / 60 miles, same country|
|5/19/2017 12:53:20||2||5||5||4||5||5||5||5||5||This training is very useful for us because we are working on bootloader, Linux Kernel of TI Sitara Processors and custom platforms.||7||5||5||Porting the Linux kernel to a new board|
Practical Labs with the ARM-based Beagle Bone Black board
|-||Availability for on-site sessions, Trainer, Access to full feedback from participants to previous sessions||Internet search engines||Linux board support package development, Power management, Build environment support, Root filesystem development||5||5||4||2||From a foreign country|
|5/19/2017 14:00:16||3||Very good and in depth coverage of the different topic. Good lab material. Topic that were maybe out of scope were also covered if asked. Very good training and trainer.|
One suggestion maybe: For people not really familiar with the kernel certain designs in the kernel are foreign. Some of them are easily linked to higher level programming patterns.
e.g: The links between the platform, device and framework are basically implementing inheritance and cause automatic cleanup in some cases just like c++ does cleanup of your base classes if you use an inherited class.
|5||Very good documentations. Especially the availability of even more elaborate documents on the Free-electrons website.||5||5||The "real life" experience of the trainer completed the material with real examples. Also things that were outside the knowledge of the trainer were investigate on the spot making it training very interactive.||5||5||5||5||5||7||4||More in depth kernel development or debugging||5||Trainer, Open training materials that can be checked in advance, Language||Presentations in conferences||Technology and architecture consulting||Maybe some technical advise on some future projects. (USB to Network zero copy)||5||5||Suggestion: Maybe some more in depth labs for people that are ahead of the group.||If some knowledge was already there the labs weren't always that challenging.||3||3||Good balance between labs and theory. First day was a bit heavy on theory but this was balanced by the other days.||From a foreign country|
|5/19/2017 14:20:14||4||The duration is fine and adequate to the contents.||I came to the course with low expectations. I wanted to get into the embedded world and even though I knew already some stuff, I wanted to get started in the proper way, get some nice tips and an easy get-going with future projects.||5||The slides are long cause they cover a huge amount of contents. I found them quite clear and full of resources.||5||Michael was great throughout the course. He was always able to show us an example and give us more resources to investigate more.||4||4||5||5||4||3||5||5||5||Geographical proximity (public sessions only), Availability for on-site sessions, Open training materials that can be checked in advance, Cost||Presentations in conferences||Linux board support package development||I guess here, the instructor could maybe at the end of the each lab, guide the students to the solution. Get his own PC and show a possible solution. That would be nice.||5||5||3||4||From more than 100 km / 60 miles, same country|
|5/19/2017 14:35:33||3||Wrt to my kernel knowledge a two week training would have been perfect. But for already skilled Linux developer seems to be fine.||A bit too deep for me but I was warned and aware before subscribing. But still, very very interesting and detailed training.||5||nothing to say apart that is just perfect !||5||As the first time, I'm impressed !||5||very skilled, receptive, attentive, kind ... what else ? again perfect !||5||5||5||5||3||It's not exactly linked to my business line (launchers avionics) but it's very useful for my general knowledge||7||Perfect !||5||Maybe some new trainings focusing on realtime and/or crticial linux ?||5||Michael is great !||Trainer, Open training materials that can be checked in advance, I appreciated my first training at freeelectrons||Technical resources on the Free Electrons website||Development of real-time systems, critical systems||very skilled, receptive, attentive ... again perfect !||5||5||As already mentioned, I was aware and warned about the expected skills. But even for me, the labs are very well explained and progressive.||5||3||From more than 100 km / 60 miles, same country|
|5/19/2017 17:17:55||3||5||5||4||I sometimes wished the instructor wouldn't stray off course so that we could get back to working on the labs faster.||4||5||5||5||5||7||5||5||Writing actual device drivers in the practial labs.||The lectures about Linux from a user perspective (e.g. mknod), which I was already familiar with.||Geographical proximity (public sessions only), Open training materials that can be checked in advance||Word of mouth||Technical support, Bug fixing||5||5||4||2||For the first two days I was worried I would fall behind on the labs, but eventually I caught up.||From less than 100 km / 60 miles|