The electrical engineers, academics, and students who read Circuit Cellar hail from a wide range locations across the globe, such as the US, Brazil, India, The Netherlands, Germany, the UK, and Japan. Despite having different languages and cultures, the readers share a common dedication to and passion for electrical engineering.
In late 2012, we surveyed a random sample of more than 1,000 members of our community on their technical interests and preferences. We asked questions such as the following: How often do you solder? How many milliamps have you felt? Do you know more than three programming languages? Do you use FPGAs? Which companies make the best embedded products? And more!
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