HiPERiSM - Training Courses
Presentation of the HC2 training course in October, 2000, at the NAVO, MS, Programming and Environment Training (PET) MSRC program site invoked the following comments on evaluation forms: This is the best instructor and course material for any PET class taken thus far. Purposeful examples/practicals building concepts as you go. Excellent reference material, good questions/discussion due to excellent presentation of material interspersed with examples.
- 'Well presented and very well organized.'
- 'Well organized standards [and] case studies.'
- 'It met the needs I have in my place in the organization.'
- '[Instructor] was very patient and approachable. It was my first time learning about parallel programming and he was a good teacher.'
- 'Presentations were well done – excellent preparation. Difficult material to teach in a short time – approach was effective.'
- 'Good description of concept and program element, usage.'
- 'Nothing should be eliminated - everything was relevant.'
- 'All good.'
- 'This course was well run and was more useful than I thought it would be.'
- 'Very organized.'
- 'Very nice sample C code.'
- 'This was an excellent course ... you have done a very good job ... providing an overview.'
- 'Material was well presented and organized.'
- '[Presentation] is generally clear and easy to understand.'
- 'The emphasis on code discussion/understanding and MPI parallelization strategies (rather than code timing) was very good.'
- 'Great to have Stommel’s and POM models as examples! Great course!.'
- 'It was all at the appropriate level for someone not knowing MPI and OpenMP.'
- 'Presentation was very clear.'