The user writes in a comment on an engineer blog:
Do (electronic) engineers also need to be able to write well in Italian or is it enough that they know how to 'count'? Let's start with a comment left on a blog article, with rather harsh tones and full of reproach for all young engineers who, according to the author, would not make appropriate use of the Italian language. Inevitably, a real discussion has arisen about the skills of those who, as a profession, design and elaborate, but speak little. So, do engineers need to speak and write well in Italian?
The response of the site administrator was not long in coming:
I am embarrassed for you, dear colleague. Already at the first quick reading of this text, a use of the Italian language that is anything but adequate to your level of studies and numerous typos (reread, before publishing!) Emerge. I am certainly an engineer older than you, who did not dream of ungrammaticals and syntactic infringements so evident even during elementary school. Read some books and study grammar again. Articles like this only further discredit the already reviled reputation of the modern engineer.