The Stellarium for Java notebook

At JavaOne, all sessions were subject to evaluations by the audience. Java Cards hanging on the neck of every people entering the conference room implicitly identified and counted them, while staff members at the entrance were giving evaluation forms to be fillled. The goal: evaluate our presentation, us as speakers, the quality of our slides, of the demos, etc. So how did it went for S4J?

This post was initially written in french, on June 6th 2008

I just received the evaluations results, and it is quite satisfying: among the 117 people who attended the S4J session, 57 agreed to evaluate it, as among the first best quarter of JavaOne sessions (4,35–4,95) with a global score of 4,39 out of 5. This evaluation is also above the average for this kind of session (4,13 for technical sessions). My co-speaker got a personal score of 4,34, while I myself got 4,26, maybe because of my “heavy accent” as mentioned in one of the comments (which cannot be found anywhere as far as I know, as the evaluations I include here), comment that I reproduce below:

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