As I was preparing a short lecture (for amateurs) on the mathematics of the '900, I realized that this year marks the 70-th anniversary of the founding of the Bourbaki group.
I remember that Bourbaki has been important in my formation (in the years 1970-80), when it was considered as a "school" of math. So I'm interesting to know how much this "school" is influential also today.
I know that we can find the legacy of Bourbaki in many notations (the most important being the symbol $\emptyset$, as far as I know about the use of this symbol), and also in the definition of modern mathematical branches as commutative algebra. But my curiosity is about the influence as a "way of thinking" about mathematics.
To be not too vague I can articulate it in two questions:
The first (for mathematician): has Bourbaki been important in your formation? And his "style" is it important in your work today?
The second (for students): do you know Bourbaki? Have you used in someway his books in your learning?
Any other consideration about the legacy of Bourbaki is welcome.