I did my due diligance, and found What do you call yourself?
from June of 2004. It was a thread, not a poll, slightly different in orientation (it was about what you are called by others; I'm curious what you call yourself), and a fair amount of time has passed:
What do you consider yourself?
- Software Engineer / Hardware Engineer Firmware Engineer
- Web Designer
- Communications Tech
- Student / Teacher
- Technical Support / Speaker to Users
- Technical Lead / Project Manager
- Systems Analyst
- Security Specialist
- Data Miner
- Jack of All Trades
- All of the above
- Most of the above
- Some of the above
- None of the above
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