Thank you, now go ask the "aeroplane designer" which planes he meddled with and make sure you don't fly on them
Cute... not gonna bite, though.
Just wanted you to know I seen it. lol
BTW, I should make it clear that I don't actually *disagree* with you. It just really makes no difference either way except in some imaginary chicken little land. I just found your little diatribe quite humorous, that's all. I had this delightful picture of you in a superhero outfit running around with an oscilloscope probe. It was very enjoyable. We'll just chalk you up as 'passionate.' I'd love to draw it up if you'd like it for your avatar.
P.S. I really am an electrical engineer for an aerospace company. I suppose that is less funny given the current issues with batteries catching fire (not my product, btw.) Hmm, I wonder if they put the diode across the transistor.
You will be happy to know that I am not in charge of designing anything that would require a snubber diode. I deal with almost exclusively embedded and digital design (and some audio stuff.) The guys in the floods, taped up glasses, and nasaly voices design the power supplies and actuator controls.
So, not a programmer. In fact, I suck at programming aside from sucking at flyback diodes, apparently.
And the programmers probably think I suck at digital and embedded design and I think the programmers suck at programming my hardware. Oh, my...
Seriously, Sparky... no harm was intended. Just having a bit of fun.
(Ok, I guess I nibbled, didn't I?)