EEWeb is an online community for Electrical Engineering.
In their own words
A member of the Aspencore Network, EEWeb is the go-to site for users of electronic design tools. In addition to providing a suite of free design, verification, and analysis tools, EEWeb is the home for experienced and novice designers alike to share tips and to ask and answer questions. The peer-driven, interactive site includes a forum of multiple discussion threads, technical communities, a library of projects, and a wealth of articles on design tools, tips, techniques, and technologies.
This community has a forum
This community does not have a realtime chat
This community does not require an application to join
This community does not set up 1:1 pairing between it's members
This community does not have discounts and perks for it's members
This community does not host offline events and meetups
This community has an email newsletter of related content
This community does not have an associated job board
This community does not require a paid membership
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