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 from 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 far from 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 ungramming and syntactic infringements so evident even during elementary school. Read a few books and study grammar again. Articles like this only further discredit the already reviled reputation of the modern engineer.