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Huang was a member of the United States International Math Olympiad team in 1992 and 1993, where he was awarded a Silver Medal both years. He was a Putnam Fellow in 1993. Huang has won the annual World Puzzle Championship on four occasions: 1995 and 1997–1999. He also won the 2008 Sudoku National Championship.
Huang graduated from Montgomery Blair High School and the California Institute of Technology and was an employee at Google until July 2008. One of his most famous projects was the Da Vinci Code Quest on Google, which was a set of 24 puzzles launched on April 17, 2006 in cooperation with Columbia Pictures.
Huang submitted a crossword puzzle to the New York Times newspaper which was published on Tuesday, September 10, 2002.
Google gives their employees 20% of their time to work on personal projects. Much of Huang's time for August 2006 to December 2006 was spent on his puzzle gadget.
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