Feedback for Transforming and Querying XML with XSLT and Xquery, September 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed September 2014 session of Transforming and Querying XML with XSLT and Xquery, taught by Robert Chavez. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

5 thoughts on “Feedback for Transforming and Querying XML with XSLT and Xquery, September 2014 session

  1. Kit Messick

    Robert is a fantastic teacher– it has been a pleasure working with him again! I only wish that we could have had more than a week working with XSLT. It’s a dense subject and tough for those of us coming to it cold, and it seems like it could easily yield a 4-week class on its own. Thanks!

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    1. admin Post author

      We’re discussing a follow-up course on XSLT to go more in depth. We’ll inform you when there’s news. Thanks for the feedback.

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  2. Jane Jacobs

    I’m definitely up for another, more in depth course. I thought this one was tough and good. The only thing I found inconvenient was the chat. The structured times didn’t work for me. Otherwise it was very good.

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  3. Mary Jane Cuneo

    The exercises and assignments were challenging; however if one allowed ample time for experimentation (trial and error), they were extremely useful.

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  4. Yvonne

    Robert deserves a medal, a raise, and a toast in his honor for all his patience. I will confess that I had to take this class twice, but the second time it suddenly clicked for me. Over the entire series he has been responsive and helpful and clear in all his feedback.

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