Question by Jagamom: Do Power Engineers Need to Know How to Code and Program?
I’m a ECE (electrical computer engineering) student who’s focus is going to be in power systems.
Now in my embedded systems course, I am having problems doing well in it simply because I do not know how to code in C (I did take a course in C, but didn’t do that great in it. Barely passed). I do however know how to use Matlb, but mostly for calculations and plotting data.
So to you electrical engineers/power engineers, will programming in C be a necessity in the future job markets?
Answer by Lloyd J
Yes, modern power engineers do have to know how to code.
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Question by atilla the honey: is there a good free program that will convert WMA files into mp3s without putting spyware on my hardrive?
I have recently downloaded some music files but they are formatted into windows media audio files. I know there are programs that do converting but I dont want to download one at random. I’m hesitant because I’ve heard alot of programs carry embedded spyware or various annoyances (like extra toolbars or different search engine choices, etc.) so I am interested in finding a free program that wont bog my c-drive down with pests and/or viruses. I appreciate any feedback you may have. Thank You.
Answer by nwa_dsm_freak
DBPoweramp is what I use…it works great. go to www.dbpoweramp.com and download it free
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