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Ben Duguid works in London, UK as a Technical Lead for The BIO Agency, 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


Dec
14
comment My Own Train vs. other 9v trains
HO is a fairly common scale of model train, popular in the UK and (almost) identical with "OO" or "Double O" scale.
Dec
14
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How can I build an (automatic) Mindstorms charging-station?
Dec
13
revised colour wiki excerpt
edited body
Dec
13
wiki created software description
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wiki created software excerpt
Dec
13
revised terminology wiki excerpt
added 22 characters in body
Dec
13
wiki created storage description
Dec
13
wiki created storage excerpt
Dec
13
revised Ninjago lightning and fire dragons
Capitilisations mostly.
Dec
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on moc tag wiki excerpt
Dec
12
comment Did LEGO recently change Millennium Falcon with a smaller kit?
The scary thing is, I have the first three on that list ;) Had small children when the UC version came out, so couldn't justify it :( And the 2011 one's close enough to the 2004 one that I can't really drum up the enthusiasm. Don't get me started on Slave I's though ;)
Dec
11
comment How should I model a Heroica Banquet hall?
With regards to size, maybe, but if it were on one plate (8x8 I guess) then you could use a few together to make a larger one. I'm also looking for recommendations on decoration - food or just plates ;)
Dec
10
asked How should I model a Heroica Banquet hall?
Dec
9
comment Is it safe to overload LEGO train motors?
Good call we can but try - I know SF were after some funding for testing Raid 10 arrays ;)
Dec
9
comment Is it safe to overload LEGO train motors?
If only I had the funds to do the science! blog.stackoverflow.com/2011/12/…
Dec
9
comment Do LEGO bricks float?
Whilst a solid block of ABS would sink, LEGO bricks are hollow. The issue of floating is displacement - this is how steel and iron ships float - they displace as much water than they weigh, and so are buoyant.
Dec
8
revised What is the Mindstorms NXT Education kit?
Fixed formatting of list and added links to extension sets.
Dec
8
comment What is the Mindstorms NXT Education kit?
Ok, well, I'll rephrase that as "The educational software is different to the standard software as it can also gather data from the NXT brick" - I believe that the both versions of the NXT software are based on LabView - unlike the RIS software which was very limited in it's interface and options.
Dec
8
comment What is the Mindstorms NXT Education kit?
Currently on my phone so editing's tricky, but the link for the educational version is: education.lego.com/en-gb/products/mindstorms/9797
Dec
8
comment What is the Mindstorms NXT Education kit?
The software is sold separately so that you can purchase multiple licenses of it for each PC in the lab, or buy more sets without having to purchase the software again. Note also that the educational software is slightly different to the standard software as it can gather data from the NXT brick for processing