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The following comments were taken from all of my evaluations since 2014. I am not particularly hip regarding colloquialisms, but my wife assures me that none of these are too vulgar. Note: this page randomly fetches 9 comments per refresh (out of 145 total).


CS 4953

Dr. Robinson was very helpful and responded to questions quickly. I've taken two other courses with him before, and while they are challenging, I think I learned a lot about my field from him. This class was no exception. Excellent professor.

CS 4723

Robinson is the BOSS. Explains everything in details. It's a pleasure to listen to him. His classes are really interesting.

CS 4743

Great course covering many important aspects of software engineering. I especially enjoy building on an application piece by piece as new concepts and development tools are introduced.

CS 4743

Good stuff.

CS 4953

Dr. Robinson covered some subjects (project/team management and development) that are necessary for a student to prepare for a real-world job. I hope he continues to teach this course and, hopefully, offer other, more advanced courses in a similar vein, in the future.

CS 1063

Professor Robinson is a very good teacher. He is kind and answered all the questions I asked. He is very prepared and always comes to class on time. Even though he did not require attendance I found myself coming to class every day that I could. He made CS one of my favorite classes even though I think it is a difficult class.

CS 1063

Awesome professor. I like his professionalism with his funny side coming out every now and then. He is sincere in wanting to help his students succeed. I really enjoy this class.

CS 4743

Some of the best assignments for learning I've had in my time at UTSA. Lectures were reasonable if not mindblowing.

CS 3773

Robinson's probaly my favorite out of the CS professors I've had. He's incredibly good at relating to students, and explains material in a casual, easily-digested manner. Very rarely would anyone need to clarify what he said.


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