"An outstanding piece of work here! It's not
at all stuffy, yet it's not at all fluffy either. Great illustrations,
animations, games and voice-over allow the student to maintain attention
across multiple hours of instruction. It has some excellent technical
meat in it, but it doesn't get bogged down in techno trivia. The overall
content is excellent, with plenty of URLs for follow-on study for
those who are so inclined."
Craig Larrew, Marketing Manager - Cisco Systems
"I am very much a visual and audio learner and
this training was great, up to date, accurate, and the relevance of
image, text, and voice was spot on."
Keith Klemba, e-Education Chief Technology Advisor for Hewlett-Packard
"Fantastic job! Really well done. Concise and accurate. It
is a joy to see technically competent people developing training.
I learned a lot from A Newbie's Guide To Wireless Networks." -
Kent Simcoe - Simcoe Communications
"A very impressive & inspiring presentation,
full of information. A credit to your team & organization."
Robert Farrar - Computer Concepts, Australia
"The WKMN Wireless training is excellent. It's
well organized into appropriate sections giving the learner a solid
background before any technical terminology and concepts are presented.
The flow was even and clean, the sound was appropriate and the quizzes
were entertaining as well as enlightening."
Mark Jordon - Manufacturing Training Web Project Specialist
- Cisco Systems
"This is a very well presented and informative training package.
It would suit various roles, from helpdesk to IT manager as an introduction
to wireless technology. I look forward to future packages." -
Adrian James, Communications R&D Consultant -
"I found the Newbie's Guide an excellent and
fun way to learn about Wireless Networking. It was organized in such
a way that it could be taken in small chunks at my desk."
Sally Simcoe, Hewlett-Packard Networking Division
"An enjoyable intro to the world of wireless."
Alan Strassberg, Network Engineer with Seagate Technology
"I enjoyed the training. The web side-trips were
especially worthwhile. I think you may have bumped into a new paradigm
for cooperation and training. The Internet's potential for providing
inexpensive yet high quality distance learning is incredible. Also,
I'd much rather spend $50 to take a well thought out course than to
buy a reference book that I might never read."
Brian Seborg - Telispark, Inc.