I have seen many job offers for firmware engineers or other low level variants in the world of embedded that require you to know keil ide.
Why would this be so important? What does keil have that others may not have? I'm surprised knowing how to work with This ide is part of the requirements, is it that much more complicated than any other ide ( like choose composer studio from ti, that I really like)?
since it takes (at least for me) less than a day to get up to speed with another IDE I just ignore IDE requests in job ads. At the interview "I have worked with several, they are all similar, should not be a probem"
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