Description

ECE is a subreddit where over 117,000 engineers from all over the world gather to discuss all things electrical and computer engineering.

You can join this subreddit for free to start interacting with thousands of engineers from all over the world. The community organizes posts with flairs like "project", "career", "industry", "homework", and "cad". Indeed, members use this subreddit to ask questions, share knowledge, and request feedback and advice on their projects.

Additionally, it's a great community if you are looking to boost your career as an engineer. There are lots of posts discussing career options not only for engineering students but also for people looking to make a career transition to this industry. Moreover, you can participate in the Monthly Jobs Post. This is a monthly thread where employers share career opportunities with members of the community.

Details

  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2009
  • Amount of members: 117,000
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Online Platform: Reddit
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual
Benefits

Connect with other engineers:
This subreddit allows you to connect with over 117,000 engineers from all over the world. It's a great place to find like-minded people to bounce off ideas.

Ask engineering questions:
Members use the ECE subreddit to ask questions, share knowledge, and request feedback and advice from other engineers. Just remember to follow posting guidelines before you make your first post.

Boost your career:
ECE host a monthly post where employers can share career opportunities with members of the community. Additionally, you can discuss career options with others if you are a student or looking to make a career transition.

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Members of the ECE subreddit interact by discussing all things electrical and computer engineering. By joining this subreddit, you will be able to connect with over 117,000 engineers from all over the world. Besides discussing technical subjects, it's also a good place to discuss career options, internships, and independent job opportunities. Members use the subreddit to ask questions, share knowledge, and bounce off ideas with each other.

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