Surely you have applied your deductive reasoning and technical prowess to troubleshoot and solve an engineering mystery. That’s what you do for a living. That’s why they pay you the big bucks.
Tell us about it in 400 words or more. We’ll publish it, and you’ll get to bask in a few minutes of fame and admiration from your engineering peers. They’ll think you walk on water.
Jot down the problem, how you solved it, and the lessons learned. Include a short bio summarizing your amazing engineering career. You’ll also get extra credit for photos, charts, and other visuals. I don’t know what you’ll do with that extra credit, but heck, it’s always good to get extra credit.
And, please, if you have a good story, DO NOT post it here in the comments.
Instead, send it to Rob Spiegel for Sherlock Ohms.
For Further Reading:
The Unsolved Case of the Motorcycle’s Reverse Gear
The Case of the Floating Dock
The Case of the Technician Who Was Unlucky at Cards