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Ben Duguid works in London, UK as Head of Back-end Development for Hugo & Cat, mostly delivering web sites on various Microsoft based platforms.

He has run internal training sessions helping other developers get up to speed in the technologies he knows about, and tries hard to get others to do the same.

For what it's worth he is an MCPD in ASP.NET 3.5, and is currently a Pro-Tem Mod on LEGO Answers


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revised What is the average price per piece?
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Feb
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accepted How should I remove a Hinge Tile, especially in the middle of a plate?
Feb
28
comment How should I remove a Hinge Tile, especially in the middle of a plate?
Still seems to confuse things unnecessarily ;)
Feb
28
comment How should I remove a Hinge Tile, especially in the middle of a plate?
Curious, that list of sets is very wrong - the crowbar also appears in pretty much every LEGO Game set that comes with a die as it's the best way to remove the 2x2 tiles from the faces.
Feb
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asked How should I remove a Hinge Tile, especially in the middle of a plate?
Feb
28
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
27
revised Can you use four movement bricks on one NXT?
added 7 characters in body; edited title; deleted 1 characters in body; edited title
Feb
27
comment Can you use four movement bricks on one NXT?
You might want to check out the question How can I use more than three motors with one NXT brick.
Feb
27
reviewed Approve Can you use four movement bricks on one NXT?
Feb
26
awarded  Enlightened
Feb
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awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
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comment Why are they called “minifigs”?
@LarsTech There's a set of (most of) them up in my loft mixed in with the rest of my System LEGO bricks ;)
Feb
25
revised Why are they called “minifigs”?
Added link to the company profile
Feb
25
answered Why are they called “minifigs”?
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wiki created theme description
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Feb
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comment What range of parts do LEGO Stores offer, or is it just sets and games?
Not to forget all the accessories: clothes, outfits, watches, magnets, clocks, torches, etc.
Feb
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comment How should I go about selling $3k worth of unsorted LEGO sets?
True enough, and well spotted. I wasn't planning on buying it either way, I know where the PDF's are ;)