TimestampHow did the course meet your learning objectives?How was the duration of the course?Comments and suggestionsComments and suggestionsHow useful were the training materials?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 important are printed materials?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 Bootlin?How did you first learn about Bootlin?Interested in other types of embedded Linux engineering services?Comments and expectationsComments and suggestionsHow do you rate training conditions (room size, equipment, environment)?How useful were the practical demos?Comments and suggestionsComments and suggestionsHow difficult were the training labs?Was enough time dedicated to practical demos?Comments and suggestionsHow knowledgeable was the instructor?Please tell us why you need or don't need paper printed materialsHow far do you come from?
5/14/2020 18:01:232It is some times too quick to understand and assimilate a lot of information but in general it's good. We need just after the training to practice a lot ^^Really good training to begin with embedded linux and kernel.5445Thanks a lot ^^595I am already doing Kernel development5I find all parts are pretty good to know especially for some one who didn't know a lot like me !Availability of online sessions, Open training materials that can be checked in advance, Cost, Recommendation of a colleague who did the training before.Course recommended by previous participantsActually we work with another German company for the actual product. But definitely, for futur projects I will suggest you to my company.5More details (even it is well detailed but for inexperienced is useful)3I just suggest to let students more time to test by their own selves. I understand that adds more time on the training but it ensures that they really understand.4
5/14/2020 18:01:433Would be nice to have some coverage on how to get Linux working on PCBs that aren't supported by the mainline kernel - making a simple device tree, modifying U-Boot, etc.5Good to see how to look for answers to questions where you don't just know the answer.5555105Very interested in the Yocto course4The Busybox labs where Linux finally boots to a command lineIt was all good. Generally we use microcontrollers for real-time work so the section on getting Linux to do real-time work was maybe less relevant for me.Availability of online sessions, Open training materials that can be checked in advance, Language, The course dates were convenientInternet search enginesNot interestedI'd find a course on BSP development very interesting5I'm still only part-way through doing the labs myself, but they are going well so far.3They help to break up the presentation nicely.5
5/14/2020 18:13:413453448It could be interesting to suggest a development kit (optional) to carry out the practices 4Yes, low power for example4kernel and bootloadersblock filesystemsNot applicable - My management made the decisionInternet search enginesPower management, Development of real-time systems34It is hard to follow the practical demos without hardware. It could be interesting to have a virtual machine for some of them.5
5/14/2020 18:24:1545Bootlin provides probably the best materials on the topic available for free. As a suggestion, I'd like to see a more detailed document like a book for instance. An open book ofc!A Linux Warrior!54549I will recommend the course to my colleagues.4Of the existing ones I could see myself joining the kernel training. I would also like to see a hardware design traning for electronics designers.5Compiling and running U-Boot, the kernel and filesystems (block and flash). It was great to see how all the steps worked together.I didn't find the lecture about open-source components and applications that interesting because I am more interested in the architecture design. Moreover, since the application can be written in many different languages, having one dedicate lecture about cross compiling C applications was out of my area of interest.

In my particular case, the introduction was a bit too long because I already had some prior experience, but the quality was good anyway.
Availability of online sessions, Trainer, Open training materials that can be checked in advanceTechnical resources on the Bootlin websiteTechnical support, Bug fixing, Technology and architecture consulting2I really missed doing the demos by myself.2Sometimes it was hard to follow what was happening on each console tab. Altough I could follow the demos, I would slow down a little bit for less experienced people.5
5/14/2020 18:32:283The duration is fine, the instructor takes time to explains things correctly and to answer the questions.Nothing to say here4They are really usefull to understand the subject and we can read them again later if we have trouble to understand somethingHe can answer a lot of questions and he know were to search when he doesn't have the answer5It definitly helps to have someone explaining the subjects and answering the questons5I have nothing to say about that, things go gradually so we can understand everything based on what we have seen before4There are some things I already know but it interessting to see them again and to learn new things at the same time4It will be really usefull because it explains a lot of important things when building an embedded system9Because nothing is perfect 4I think I will look at the linux kernel development training5The realtime part is I think the one I like the most, maybe because it's something that I find really interestingThe part were we build all the system with buildroot and the applications is maybe the one I like the least but it's also a really important part.Availability of online sessions, Trainer, Open training materials that can be checked in advanceInternet search enginesNot interested5It helps to understand the concepts of the course3The time dedicated to the demos is good, enough to understand and not too much so we don't get bored watching it4
5/14/2020 18:36:293The duration was proporcionate to the materialThe course was good but maybe was better if a virtual machine was provide to make the lab in remote.4The documentation is clearMichael has good knowledge about embedded linux. He is a good trainner4455834bootloaders and all the informattion about filesysteemssNANot applicable - My management made the decisionBootlin chosen by my managementLinux board support package development2I don't like very much see as other people makes a practice, I think is more useful if I can do it during the training. I think that this is the point to improve for next remote trainings3The time dedicated is good, but it will be better if we can do the practice in remote4
5/14/2020 18:36:543some sessions were needed to take more time or its labs like bootloader and file systems45454855theoretical partsNot applicable - My management made the decisionBootlin chosen by my managementneed to try it in an application project and see if there's knowledge that i needthanks for your teaching3need at least a virtual HW to give it a try (qemu)35
5/14/2020 18:38:02345255954Quality of the trainingPresentations in conferencesTechnical support445
5/14/2020 18:49:113The course is really relevant if you want to learn about the basics to build a Linux System. Having dabbled with embedded linux prior to the course really helps to have a better grasp of the content4The lectures were useful, unfortunately the conditions of online sessions didn't allow the participants to do the labs as no QEMU was set yetGeat knowledge and motivation from the instructor55558Improving the labs part should raise this rating to 10 for me55All the really low-level parts : Cross-toolchain generation, system image generation with bootloader and kernel compilation, explanation about filesystems and memory devices...Application-level parts, because I could not relate as much as I could with the low-level onesAvailability of online sessions, Open training materials that can be checked in advance, Access to full feedback from participants to previous sessionsTechnical resources on the Bootlin websiteLinux board support package development, Boot time reduction, Development of real-time systems, Build environment support, Root filesystem development, Technology and architecture consulting2Unfortunately the conditions of online sessions didn't allow the participants to do the labs as no QEMU was set yet. I felt a little loss during some of the labs because the instructor went fast and I didn't have the practical aspect to compensate by applying the demos content.2We could not finish the last lab5