Daniel Ouellette wrote:I studied electronics and assembler language at a time when PCs and high-level languages did not exist. I learned on my own with QB and I never needed to excel in PC computer languages because it wasn't necessary in my job to design electronic devices with microcontrollers, it may seem unthinkable nowadays, but it really is the case. The electronic devices I design don't need PCs to work, even if I use them to work.
Strange. I had to learn (some) Python this week just to do non trivial things with Kicad.
That said, a large chunk of our electronics work is making complex LED lighting, which often has symmetries in the design that need to be scripted, so that might not be everybody's experience