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=== 1. What value did you get from attending the bootcamp, what were your coding results? ===  
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=== 1. Please state your affiliation ===
  
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(NOTE: These need not actually be sources resulting from the bootcamp only, it can also be sources of software you demoed or talked about during the bootcamp.)
 
(NOTE: These need not actually be sources resulting from the bootcamp only, it can also be sources of software you demoed or talked about during the bootcamp.)
  
=== 3. Successful integrations... ===
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  ''' a) Who did you work/develop with during the bootcamp? '''
 
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Revision as of 15:52, 13 October 2011

Thank you very much in advance for filling out this questionaire, it will help us enormously to inform our now and future funders of the usefullness of our bootcamp model


1. Please state your affiliation

2. What value did you get from attending the bootcamp, what were your coding results?

3. Please provide links (if available) to...

 a) On line sources (sourceforge, github etc.)  
 b) On line documentation  
 c) Project web sites  

(NOTE: These need not actually be sources resulting from the bootcamp only, it can also be sources of software you demoed or talked about during the bootcamp.)

4. Successful integrations...

 a) Who did you work/develop with during the bootcamp? 
 b) What code or knowledge did you reuse? 

5. Any recommendations for future bootcamps?