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TimestampWhich workshop did you attend?How much did you already know about this topic before the workshop?How satisfied were you with the workshop?What did you like about the workshop?What do you think could be improved?Suggestions for future CSUA workshop ideas/topics?
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2/1/2017 19:18:17Git10EVERYTHINGnothing I LOVE U ALLcats
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2/1/2017 19:25:17Git7questions were answered individually!pace was very good, even looked slowthe slides maybe need to be updated..make new examples that will definitely work in the slides
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2/1/2017 19:26:41Git8Good content if a bit confusing, but very helpful and open to questions and individual issues!It might be helpful to follow along with someone typing in the same commands as us rather than watching pre-made slidesIntelliJ
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2/1/2017 19:28:20Git8The lecturer was excellent in explaining.
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2/1/2017 19:29:03Git9Helpful, the host knows what he is doingCan be paced better
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2/1/2017 19:30:20Git5Everything was extremely detailed, but I was hoping that there could be more instruction on how to set it up and how to start rather than assumption that everyone already knew what git was.The pace could be slowed down, and I don't like the "does anyone not understand this material" because no one else would raise their hands.Python bootcamp, R bootcamp, programming languages in general!
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2/1/2017 19:31:23Git8Nice coverage on branchingPerhaps cover more basic topics about what Git actually is but pretty good
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2/8/2017 19:23:12LaTeX38lots of info, interesting, guy was funnymaybe spend more time on the more complex stuff like matrices and overall formatting
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2/8/2017 19:42:42LaTeX110tensorflow/caffe tutorial
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2/8/2017 19:49:10LaTeX110
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2/8/2017 21:36:28LaTeX18Simple and to the point. Good introduction.Not much. LaTeX isn't the most interest topic so there isn't much more that can be done.Circuits?
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2/16/2017 23:19:15Machine Learning38Gave me a solid foundation and an idea how how to move forward I thinkIt got a little monotonous I think. Maybe like a break in the middle or some more variety in pace/instructors etc might spice it up.
Hadoop/Spark etc
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2/16/2017 23:21:11Machine Learning26
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2/16/2017 23:29:46Machine Learning39Lecturer's clear narration.
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2/16/2017 23:47:54Machine Learning38I like how the presenter takes his time to makes sure everyone gets their environment ready and knows what's happening.It'd be awesome if there's a solution to the jupyter for those who like to go back to review or for those who did not go to the workshop.Do a workshop on OpenCV!
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2/17/2017 1:55:19Machine Learning28
The amount of things we achieved during the workshop and the extra improvements that were shown at the end were great. I also liked that the presenter asked if anyone has questions multiple times throughout the presentation, and waited for a few moments after asking to make sure no one had questions. I also liked all the drawings he drew.
I wish we would have been informed earlier about what software we needed to have downloaded because I didn't have enough time to troubleshoot, from the time I saw which things I needed downloaded. Also, linear algebra was needed to fully understand the concepts so it would be nice if we could be let know which topics to brush up on. Great job!
For beginners, any of these topics: SQL, OS's in general, iOS, Android, security, interesting algorithms, cloud computing (AWS), distributed computing.
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2/24/2017 12:31:35Machine Learning59
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9/15/2017 19:09:51UNIX58
Good pace for intended audience, clear explanations
More problems and examples to demonstrate and practice the new concepts
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9/15/2017 19:10:24UNIX27
Good breadth of material, instructor clearly knew his stuff
Greater depth of material and slower pace
applications of UNIX
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9/15/2017 19:10:25UNIX36Quite comprehensiveExplain more please!
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3/9/2018 19:12:45Vim/tmux66
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3/9/2018 19:15:17Vim/tmux76
.vimrc, vim features, tmux
Maybe spend less time on the set up section? Most people did the setup in 5-10 minutes and were just sitting for ~30 minutes.
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3/9/2018 19:50:17Vim/tmux27
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3/9/2018 19:50:26Vim/tmux710Good explanationMaybe more demo ?
Keep doing more demo, maybe can dig more deeper
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9/13/2018 17:00:08Vim29LotsMore time maybe
More time / reference sheets
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9/13/2018 17:00:16Vim610
I learned a lot of new useful commands.
It was good. More like this.
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9/13/2018 17:00:24Vim37
Quick overview of basics to get us going, left me hungry for more
An hour seems a little short to make it interactive
Do one on tmux
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9/13/2018 17:01:31Vim16
There was lots of new stuff!
A lot of it flew over my head only because I came in not knowing anything, so it felt a bit overwhelming
How to do stuffs like server configuration
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9/13/2018 17:09:43Vim28
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9/13/2018 18:44:11Vim210
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