I have gradated last with a Bachelor Degree in Electronics Engineering. After joining the work force, I find that those analogue stuff, circuits analysis stuff are not as useful or important as I thought. Is that true?
I see many things are done by programming. MCU, DSP, FPGA and Visual Basic, C++. I see some people don't really border much about circuits and mostly don't really know much about it, or not border to go further.
I am interested in circuits and electrical signal because I think it is the most basic element that connects. But looking at the industry, more functions can only implemented by having Know How on MCU and other programmable stuff. And that doesn't really need very deep understanding on circuits, as the supplier and vendor could provide help, application notes and others. So the value that we can add is programming, I assume.
Is that true? What do you think and do you have any doubts as I do?