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QorIQ T2080: Wind River Systems in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Combined theory with practical exercises. Good pace of the course. Very knowledgeable teacher. Lots of discussions about how to use the concepts and methods"
  • "Interactive in 2 ways: The excercises, the dialogue with instructor."
  • "Examples, exercises, and discussions."
  • "Instructor proficiency and material organization."
  • "Teacher answer detailed questions about material/subject."
  • "Good architectural overview. Excellent instructor."
  • "Document design. Instructor knowledge and sense of humor. Excercise."
  • "Exercises at the end of each chapter were very useful."
  • "In class exercises."
  • "Learned about PBL."
  • "Materials covered."
  • The exercises. Help understand."
  • "Learn things I will not learn otherwise."
  • "Comprehensive."
  • "Slides."
  • "ALL."
Wind River Systems

QorIQ P1020: Teledyne Controls in El Segundo, CA.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "I like the class exercises because it provided hands on training. The instructor was flexible rearranging the class materials for our needs."
  • "Content."
  • "ECC discussions."

QorIQ P1021: Honeywell Limited (Software Designers Only) in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "The instructor was flexible with what was covered and how in depth each topic was covered."
  • "Example code, references to UM pages, being able to drive course direction."
  • "The materials are detailed."
  • "The course materials."
  • "Good slides."

QorIQ P1021: Honeywell Limited (Hardware Designers Only) in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "The instructor was very accommodating, providing more or less details when asked."
  • "Interactive learning session. knowledgeable instructor."
  • "Personalized content."
  • "The instructor."

QorIQ P2010: Airbus Luneburger Schanze 30, 21614 Buxtehude, Germany.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "An expert class, right to the spot."
  • "The level of details is well selected. Trainer well selected the topics for a 3-day training."
  • "Telling common pitfalls. Shows [the use of] the original manual - very good."
  • "Discussion of our product/implementation details was encouraged."
  • "Good excercises."

MPC5634M: Faurecia Columbus, Indiana.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Content is very detailed and advanced. Instructor highly experienced."
  • "The course material and exercises. The references of the manuals mentioned in the course material is very useful."
  • "Hands on exercises. Clear descriptions of what manual is relevant for each section."
  • "The details in the manual. The examples that are shown."
  • "Overall big picture about the PowerPC."
Faurecia

MPC5775K: Preco Electronics Boise, Idaho.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Willingness to have in-depth discussion. Ability to slow down the lecture when needed."
  • "The material was presented in a very logical / clear order. The lazer sound effect."
  • "Flexibility of content. The instructor ability to explain the content in multiple ways if necessary. Instructor's presentation style is entertaining."

MPC5554: Subsite Electronics Perry, Oklahoma.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "PowerPC Learning. Hands on exercises. Documents."
  • "Personable and knowledgeable instructor"
  • "Instructor encouraged questions. Full course documentation."
  • "Course documentation. Interactive teaching style."
  • "Clear instruction. Documentation."
  • "Instructor was very knowledgeable."
  • "Course documentation is very helpful."

MPC5674F and MPC5777C: BAE Systems in Endicott, New York.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Interactive nature of the presentation and the enthusiasm of the instructor."
  • "I like the focus on understanding how to really use and comprehend the manual. The exercises were a great way to reinforced what we learned."
  • "Instructor encouraged questions."
  • "Got familiar with the device internals."
  • "Casual atmosphere. Always open to questions."
  • "The focus on correcting the manual to problems provided."

MPC5777C: Crown Equipment New Bremen, Ohio.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "I like the examples and having to suffer through exercises. It really helped solidify the concepts."
  • "I really liked the natural progression starting at the cores(e200) and working our way out."
  • "Learning the fundamentals about the Cobra. I liked the quizzes at the end of each section. Helped to reinforce the ideas taught in that chapter."
  • "The course structure. Presentation and resoving queries."
  • "Learning the e200z7 core."
Crown Equipment

QorIQ P1022/13: Embraer - Empresa Brasileira de Aeronautica S.A. Brazil. Sao Jose dos Campos, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "The training course book is very complete and with a lot of examples and information. The pace is very adequate with the content."
  • "The content goes deep in the subject. This can be good to help you using the HW in your day-to-day work."
  • "Figures and explanations that is (are) not in the manual. Past experience, and things that are not written in books are always high valued."
  • "Instructor expertise and the way he explains."
  • "Architectural information."
  • "Instructor's background."

QorIQ P3041: Rockwell Collins Deutschland in Heidelberg, Germany.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Balance between HW and SW aspects; balance between lectures and exercises."
  • "Many aspects were highlighted, questions regarding details could be answered."
  • "Focus to important topics. Oriented to practical job."
  • "Competence and knowledge of the instructor."
  • "Gettin knowledge about the overall architecture as well as how to use the manual to find certain register descriptions."
  • "Interesting and gripping kind of teaching. Very good teacher."
  • "Complete overview about the P3041."
  • "Overview of architecture and overview of capabilities."
  • "Good overview."

PowerQUICC II Pro MPC8379E: Honeywell Aerospace in Phoenix, Arizona.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Instructor detained understanding of the chip. Instructor walked us through many detailed scenarios and answered many detailed
  • questions based on issues we've encountered"
  • "Customizable, focused on topics of interest of the class."
  • "Material covered and knowledge of instructor. Pace of course."
  • "You can ask questions that go into deeper understanding."
  • "Good instructor."

QorIQ T1040/T1022: Rockwell Collins - Aerospace and Defense in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "The exercises are effective at practicing what is a kernel"
  • "Went into quite a bit of details about many part of the processors"
  • "The first day instruction about the core was very good. The detailed sections about how the registers are set, for example problems."
  • "I like the overall coverage of the T10x0 processor architecture and the instructor was helpful in terms of providing the latest document."
  • "Good overall view and understanding of the chip."
  • "Class notes with references to the Freescale documentation."

QorIQ P3041: Sierra Nevada Corporation in Sparks, Nevada.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Instructor knowlegeable. Good presentation style. Exercises kept me engaged. Willing to explore topics relevant to our specific situation."
  • "Course materials are very complete. Instructor knowledge of the P3041 is very in-depth."
  • "Instruction set (topic) and I/O device info Instructor is good and presented well."
  • "Instructor was very knowlegeable."

MPC8548E: Miltec, a Ducommun Company in Huntsville, Alabama.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Great class knowledge. Good presentation skills. Adapted to our needs. Great attitude and demeanor."
  • "I really appreciate your patience with us when we struggle to understand. You never seemed frustrated with us. Nice experience."
  • "It gave a better understanding of inner working of MPC8548 and explained the manual better."
  • "Depth of the materials."
  • "The handout materials and the full knowledge of the instructor".
  • "I think we covered a LOT of materials in a short time. KUDOS to the instructor. I don't see how we could have squeezed in more topics"
  • "In depth assembly programming"

QorIQ P3041: Pole/Zero Acquisition Incorporated in West Chester, Ohio.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Customized to areas/topics of interest."
  • "Data was organized in an easy to follow format. References were clearly listed."
  • "Open discussion of topics of interest."
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QorIQ P4080:Rockwell Collins Control Technologies in Warrenton, VA.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Detailed scenarios."
  • "The exercises helped understand the topics."
  • "Explanation f the cache and MMU."
  • "Depth and coverages of the materials. Exercises."
  • "Exercises. Onsite (at the convenience of our facility).

QorIQ P4080:Agilent Technologies. San Jose, CA.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Detailed overviews of all the P4080 subsytems."
  • "Properly arranged and designed exercises. They helped understanding."
  • "Good overview of all the portions of the P4080."
  • "Exercises at the end of each chapter are also very helpfu as a recap."
  • "Instructor very knowledgeable even about minute details.

QorIQ P4080: Boeing Company (F15 Group) - St Louis, MO.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Developed an understanding of many of the hardware features of the 4080."
  • "Detaile understanding of the part."
  • "Discussion in a group setting with co-workers. Going to the resource materials during class (P4080 & e500mc)."
  • "Case examples."
  • "Overall material coverage. Presentation style."
  • "The in-depth discussion of cache."
  • "Many of the execise and suggestions."
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QorIQ P4080: Ericsson Inc. - Boulder, CO.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Sequence is fairly organized given the processor is a very complex device."
  • "The topics to be covered by the course cover the important areas of the processor."
  • "The instructor was quite knowledgeable. The exercises were very helpful and keeping the enthusiasm high. I learned a lot."
  • "A very clear survey and summary of the major structures."
  • "Instructor's understanding and patience in explaining concepts."
  • "The execises were very helpful."
  • "Chapter 11 - Queue Manager."
  • "The instructor."
  • "Interactive."

QorIQ P4080: JDSU. - Milpitas, CA.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  1. "I know where to find the information. The instructor guided us through the details."
  2. ""Instructor was flexible and covered varieties of materials. Good overview."

QorIQ P2020: Novatel Inc. - Calgary, AB Canada.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Examples and exercises provide some relevant experiences with respect to topics discussed."
  • "Instructor was responsive to questions from the class and researched answers if he did not know the answers."
  • "Exercises enhance understanding. The course book indicated reference sections. I find this to be very useful."
  • "Pace was good! Details of delivery of info were good."
  • "The course is comprehensive in the topics cover."
  • "Right level of details."
  • "The conciseness."

MPC8548E (PowerQUICC III): Ericsson Inc. - Boulder, CO.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Instructor presentations were very professional and provided a good overview of the MPC8548E."
  • "Overview and details were both covered."
  • "Detail was handled about capacity -- optimization and efficiency. The motivation for use of the chip is central."
  • "The course is comprehensive in the topics it aims to cover."
  • "Course layout, documentation, examples, details of topics covered."
  • " Competence of the instructor."

 
MPC8572E (e500 Dual Core PowerQUICC III): BAE Systems Platform Solutions - Johnson City, NY.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Interactive discussion and application. Brainstorming for the processor features. Tricks and lessons learned provided."
  • "The discussion about various areas were very useful. We learned quite a bit ona difficult device."
  • "Flexibility of the schedule. Tailoring. Instructor was very knowledgeable and patient with us."
  • "Exercises & instructor alowing us to have group discussions."
  • "Like top down approach. Sectoring of materials."

MPC8572E (e500 Dual Core PowerQUICC III): Emerson - Tempe, AZ.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Excellent documentation. Good coverage of extensive materials."
  • "Depth of Coverage."
  • "Variety of presentation and exercises."

MPC8360E (PowerQUICC II PRO): Cisco - Santa Clara, CA.
What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Overall architecture. Course contents/topics. Materials."
  • "Flow of the handouts and the pointers."
  • "Detailed materials ."
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MPC8641D (e600 Dual Core Processor): Raytheon - Tucson, AZ

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "The exercises were painful at times, but helped to develop a deeper understanding."
  • "Good understanding of how the 8641D works and how to configure registers, etc..."
  • The layout and presentation of the materials. It was very organized and presented so that a flow could be recognized."
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MPC7447A MPC7448: GE Aviation - Grand Rapids, MI.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "The 'big picture' explanation of concepts that Freescale does'nt include well in the manuals"
  • "A good overview of thew architecture, but also enough of important details to get a sense of it."
  • "The most important things were covered in the most details."
  • "The exercise forced us to engage in the class and helped reinforced the materials."
  • "The exercise - they helped cement the info presented. Actually seing code examples."
  • "Broad coverage of the topics."
  • "The instructor is patient and through".
 

MPC5554 and MPC5534: Continental Automotive Systems - Deer Park, IL.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Intially I thought the in class exercise assignments were a pain, but I am glad that we do them."
  • "We went very deep into the core of the micro."
  • " Good details of about what were covered."
  • "Intructor knowledge, in-depth discussion of the e200 core, examples, Training materials well written."
  • "The instructor has a great sense of humor."

MPC8360E (PowerQUICC II Pro): Cisco - San Jose, CA.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  • "Overall architecture. Course content/topics. materials."
  • "Flow of the handouts and the pointers."
  • " Detailed materials."
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MPC8548E (PowerQUICC III): The Boeing Company - Anaheim, CA.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  1. "Very interesting, directly related to work, great instructor."
  2. "Exercises, instructor kept it interesting and was flexible."
  3. "Gave me an understanding of how to program the chip."
  4. "The instructor made the class awesome."

MPC8544E (PowerQUICC III) & MPC8349E (PowerQUICC II Pro): Alcatel-Lucent Kanata - Ontario Canada.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  1. "Instructor was prepared and knowledgeable. Good course notes and manuals. Useful exercises. Instructor was very good in explaining concepts and 'decoding' the Freescale manuals."
  2. "Good instructor, good explanation of key differences between PQII Pro and PQIII. Open to questions at all times. Fast turn around in questions. Relaxed atmosphere."
  3. "The examples and exercises. Instructor was easy to understand. Good pace."
  4. "Pace of presentation and open discussions. Exercises."
  5. "The exercises to test the knowledge."
  6. "Exercise was really helpful in understanding the micro."

MPC8548E (PowerQUICC III): Raytheon at NXP Office - Richardson, TX.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  1. "The scope of the class is just right. A lot of material was covered. Both hardware and software is covered."
  2. I was not sure what to expect from this class. The instructor is a phenomenal presenter; very knowledgeable and could read the audience very well. The overview of the device, what I desired had the depth I would have wanted."
  3. "Small class size. Informal setting. Good pacing on the topics. Willingness by instructor to tailor class to expectation of students."
  4. "Flexibility - instructor was great and answered questions and allowed class discussions even when they were not exactly on topic. We could focus on items we truly cared for our current project."
  5. "Doubts were cleared in time with proper explanations."
  6. "Quizes were difficult but help clarify points."
  7. "Programming info of MPC8548E."
  8. "Adaptive."

MPC8270 (PowerQUICC II): Honeywell - Rapid Coons, MN.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  1. "The exercises were good because they reinforced the content of the slides. I like the way the instructor asked questions of the group during his presentation - it really got you thinking about the materials being presented."
  2. "Added discussion beyond the slides and references to the reference manual in slides."
  3. "Questions that we thought of were answered. Examples and exercises. Instructor was very knowledgeable of the PPC, and kept the class interesting."
  4. "Real life examples."
  5. "Exercises place good tests of knowledge; instructor was knowledgeable, kept a good pace, and could extemporize well."
  6. "Instructor who knows the 8270 well. He has experience using parts, not just reading the data book."
  7. "Various level of discussion - High level to low level."
  8. "Dynamic instructor. Easy to follow."
  9. "The teaching style and the example/exercises."
  10. "The homework part to confirm understanding of the topic."
  11. "Intruction set overview, memory controller, Ethernet controller in the CPM, lots of examples of gotchas and surprises."

MPC8548E(PowerQUICC III): Cisco Systems Inc - Boxborough, MA.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  1. "Examples, ability to shift discussion to the group areas of interest. The instructor's ability to find obscure information from the microprocessor."
  2. "Good overview of the chip."
  3. "The exercises, believe it or not, I really enjoyed working on the exercises. They gave us time to reflect on what we just learned and adds to our confidence on the subject just covered."
  4. "The exercises captured less than obvious aspects of the architecture, which really helped with understanding what we need to pay attention to."

MPC5554 Hamilton Sundstrand - Windsor Locks, CT.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Very descriptive and in-depth. Instructor answered questions fully and very well. It was an interactive class."
  2. "Proper level of detail for software. Exercises kept focus and caused greater comprehension."
  3. "Instructor made the class interesting. He was helpful with questions and seemed to be enthusiastic about the subject matter."
  4. "The informal setting, made for an easy environment for questions and answers."
  5. "The examples that graphically described what was happening."
  6. "Describing functional and operation in simple and clean ways. Exercises are very useful."
  7. "Clear understandable presentation."
  8. "All the programming examples."
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MPC5554/3 Allison Transmission - Indianapolis, IN.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  • "Did a good job integrating with software and hardware engineers."
  • "Well controlled pace and focus."
  • "The partitioning/pace of every section. Detail level well designed."
  • "I like how thecourse notes tied into the course as well as reference manual use."

MPC5554: Open Class - Deer Park, IL.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  1. "The class materials. I like the way the material what page in the reference manual."
  2. "Instructor was knowledgeable and fun."
  3. The MPC55xx core architecture and instructions."
  4. "The presentation and exercises."
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MPC5554/3 Open Class: Downers Grove, IL.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Allowing deviation from set schedule to answer topics that were important to class members."
  2. "The small class. Very interactive."
  3. "The instructor was good."
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MPC8560 (PowerQUICC III): L3 Communications - Salt Lake City, UT.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "The 'gotchas'. The notes hi-lite important aspects of set up that are easily missed."
  2. "The documents - the course teaches us 'how to use the books...' "
  3. "Instructor knowledge of the processor and willingness to deviate from the outlined materials to cover our areas of interests."
  4. "Cross references from the study guide to Freescale manuals."
  5. " The pace of class and difficulty level of most exercises."

MPC8349E (PowerQUICC II PRO) : General Dynamics - Ottawa, Ontario Canada.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Through breakdown of blocks and the instructor covered the subject from essentials to specifics."
  2. "Significantly helped the less knowledgeable get a better grasp of the blocks."
  3. "Level of details of topics covered. Instructor's explanations. Organization. "
  4. "Well organized course notes. Level of detail on the internal architecture and peripherals. Amount and depth of the course materials."
  5. "Class does NOT get lost in details. Emphasized important concepts, and well. Class exercises are of appropriate complexity."

MPC8349E (PowerQUICC II Pro) Open Class: Scottsdale, AZ.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?
  1. "Flexibility of presentation. Examples in course notes. References to manual in the course notes."
  2. "Instructor was well informed and could answer any questions."
  3. "Very knowledgeable instructor. Good pace. Many good ways to explain and demonstrate complex concepts."
  4. "Covered both software apects as well as hardware concerns."
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MPC8265 and MPC8245 (PowerQUICC): Northrop Grumman Corporation Electronic Systems - Sykesville, MD.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Instructor provided thought provoking exercises, answered questions well, and did an all-around good job."
  2. "Customization to our needs."
  3. "The instructor's knowledge of the topics was outstanding."
  4. "Covered both software apects as well as hardware concerns."
  5. "Provided plenty of documentation... was flexible to our needs... good examples... excellent course notes."

MPC8541E PowerQUICC III: Samsung and Tasman Networks: Open Class - San Jose, CA.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "In-depth covering of e500 core, TSEC, DDR SDRAM, L2-cache and other subjects."
  2. "Good documentation, well structured course , and lecturer very knowledgeable."
  3. "The flow continuity, and the way concepts were introduced leading to the implementation details. Very well organized."
  4. "The class was custom-tailored for our needs."
  5. " Enough details and reference point for me to start working on (the) MPC8541E."
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MPC8560/40 PowerQUICC III Open Class: Sunnyvale, CA.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "The instructor knowledge and professional handling of the class."
  2. "The easy step-by-step examples and exercises used to reinforced learning; training materials were excellent."
  3. "Well orgnized in terms of various topics; Exercises were helpful in understanding details."
  4. "Details, details, and details!"
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MPC74xx: BAE Systems Controls - Johnson City, NY.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "If you're using a PowerPC at your job, then it's nice to know what the processor can do, cannot do. The class gave me a better understanding of working with and programming the PowerPC."
  2. "Instructor: Keep the presentation interesting, energetic and very knowledgeable; Exercises: Involved the class in participation and allowed class to apply their understanding of materials."
  3. "Instructor was very competent and the course notes were excellent."
  4. "Good description of the overall architecture.Exercises broke up the lectures and kept them interesting."

MPC74xx: Hamilton Sundstrand- Windsor Locks, CT.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Instructor was knowledgeable and kept class interesting. He was also willing to focus on things pertinent to our project."
  2. "Good overview for software."
  3. "Excellent training materials and course notes ."
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MPC8280 PowerQUICC II On-Site: Tekelec; Morrisville,

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?


  1. "In-depth discussion on ATM set-up, The step by step process on how the part should be set up."
  2. "Course notes and examples, Details on PCI."
  3. "Intructor knows the materials well and was able to address our questions and concerns. Good presentation skills kept the training from getting boring."
  4. "Having some ideas where to find information. The obvious experience of the instructor, who was able to guide us through very detailed discussions."
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MPC8260 PowerQUICC II Open Class: Sunnyvale, CA

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Overview first, then dives into details, then followed by a quiz or an example."
  2. "The instructor is very knowledgeable. The class handout is exceptionally good. The step-by-step sessions are very useful."
  3. "The material is organized."
  4. "Instructor presentation is excellent, showed inter-relationship of data and structure. Everything of interest was covered."
  5. "Course Notes are good!... Instructor knowledge is good!"
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MPC862 (PowerQUICC I): GE-Interlogix; Corvallis, OR

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Well paced to cover a good framework in limited time."
  2. "Very well organized presentation... Flexibility to focus on any particular topics."
  3. "The challenge quizes helped tremendously to test retention and understanding."
  4. "The knowledge of the instructor."

MPC565/566: Goodrich-Fuel & Utility Systems; Vergennes, VT.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Good examples of real life applications"
  2. "Lots of diagrams, good examples and quizes."
  3. "I like the detailed discussion of the PowerPC Core and peripherals."
  4. "Presentation material is pretty good. Handbooks are good reference for future use."
  5. "Course Notes are good!... Instructor knowledge is good!"

MPC74xx: DY4 Systems Inc.; Kanata, Ontario Canada.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Topics and discussions were geared to our needs."
  2. "Great coverage and walk-thru on exception, PPC architecture, MMU, caches, 60x bus."
  3. "Exercises and application examples were very useful."
  4. "Level of details just right!"
  5. "Instructor knew his materials...training materials easy to comprehend."

MPC8240/41/45: Honeywell; Redmond, WA.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Thorough, instructor excellent, able to answer 98% of the questions, good slides and notes."
  2. "Materials was very clearly presented. Pace was good."
  3. "Fast pace, lots of examples, lots of background stuff for each topic (EABI, etc...)."
  4. "The workbook had space for my notes on each page."

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MPC745/55: Ulticom; Mt. Laurel, NJ.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Hard-core, no ' introduction to computers' nonsense."
  2. "I like, in particular, programming model, memory accessing, caching, and exception handling topics."
  3. "Very good mix of lectures and exercises."
  4. "Instructor competence to address our issues."


MPC74xx: Open Class Arlington Heights, IL.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Difficult materials explained well... Good coverage of materials"
  2. "I got a good understanding of PowerPC (MPC74xx) because the level was right for me."
  3. "A mixture of theory and exercises... Good discussions."
  4. "For a large class, I could see the class taking 1-2 extra days."

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MPC565/566: John Deere Fargo, ND.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Allowed brainstorming and discussion, also participated/helped with suggestions."
  2. "Equal weight placed on harware and software issues."
  3. "A very broad overview of the MPC56x. This was very good course for a system-level overview."
  4. "Good idea to use written exercises as opposed to "hands-on". Hands-on set up takes too long."
  5. "Good overview of the MPC56x. Good examples of how to use specific functionality."
  6. "Lots of materials covered,... good examples,...instructor effective presentation skills,...excellent class pace, in line with class level,..."



MPC8260: Open Class Raleigh, NC.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "Great instructor. Very good materials. Exceeded my expectations."
  2. "Upbeat, not dry. Good examples. Time for discusion."
  3. "Good coverage of the various topics which gives general understanding needed."
  4. "Informal approach to learning. "Sense of Humor" of instructor a big plus!"
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MPC565/566: GM Defense - Delco Systems ; Goleta, CA.

What do you like best about the class (some excerpts)?

  1. "I like the way the presentations were made. They were clear and concise. The instructor was very knowledgeable and helpful."
  2. "Thorough materials provided for after the class learning..."
  3. "(class) exercises helped keep my attention.."
  4. "The format: Top level then to lower level details..."




MPC823e: Danfoss, Inc ; Baltimore, MD

"The class was very well structured and the instructor did an excellent job explaining the complexity of the Power PC. We are all very pleased with the training and the upfront investment has saved us many hours of development work. A first class course and a must if you plan on using the embedded Power PC in your company."

Henrik B. Christensen
Vice President
Danfoss Inc.

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