I am not sure if this belonged to the main site. I am putting it here to be on the safe side.
Use of TeX/LaTeX have been pioneered by the computer scientists and mathematicians. Now, it is no longer confined to any group of people of a particular major.
I understand that the short answer to my question in subject should be, "No." When I say all, there must be some exceptions. However, as an avid user of LaTeX (originally TeX), I find it somewhat mentally shocking for me when I find the exceptions.
Here are a few.
- As we find here, Andrew S. Tanenbaum mentions "... Troff, which, after all these years, is still the only way to go". (However, the 5th edition of the same book is silent about this point).
There are some more at the same site, majority of which are in the field of Computer Science, by important scholars.
- In his speech, Donald E. Knuth, mentions not preparing a PowerPoint presentation. That implicitly means he does not use
beamer. (See, page 121, left column, last but one parenthesized paragraph.)
What could be other important mentionables?