Tooting My Own Horn

Henry Huang, a Ford Motor Co. engineer, is Test&Measurement World's Test Engineer of the Year.

One of the things that I do for a living is write articles about electronics technology, mostly electronics test and measurement. I used to actually be employed by Test&Measurement World, an electronics trade magazine covering that industry.

Recently, I got a chance to write a slightly different kind of piece for them—a personal profile of Henry Huang, TMW’s 2011 Test Engineer of the Year. That’s Henry at right.

He’s not only a great test engineer, but a great guy, too. To make a long story short, he’s not only managed to have a successful professional career, he’s the father of two children and a community volunteer.

At the risk of tooting my own horn (pun intended), I think my story about him turned out pretty well. It was certainly a lot of fun to write.


  1. Dan I look forward to each new post on your blog and read them with great interest. I see no problem with now and then tooting your own horn. Keep up the great blogging!!

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