Steer clear of this guy. You could learn more banging your head on a wall (please don't - just find a better teacher). If you ask Tamas for help, he'll probably humiliate you at some point in front of everyone. Seems like he randomly picks (usually guys) and just hates them. Advanced? Ha! That's a laugh. I don't think he could work a microwave on his own.
The class is pretty tough if you don't have much background in electronics at first but gets a little easier as the class goes on. Ask for help as soon as you get stuck or confused by something and he is very helpful during his office hours.
This man-child writes his own reviews on other sites. His designs are that of mildly retarded 4th graders. Talking to him is like talking to a hippy that just had a pound of his favorite grass. His computer skills are a joke. My friend has a 9 year old that knows Auto CAD better than this joker...
This instructor clearly has a passion to teach, and see his students succeed. As this is introduction to project management I believe the lectures to be on key to the fundamentals of the core concepts. I experienced the true test of skill set to be the large group project, in which I learned the real lessons of business and project management relations. In part of this class I am well on my to earning my PMP certification. Mike is truly a best in class instructor. Highly recommend.