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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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reviewed Approve How can I use bluetooth on my phone to run a program on the EV3 brick?
Mar
23
reviewed Reviewed What are the largest Technic-compatible tires on the market?
Mar
13
reviewed Edit Issues with set 10234 book 3 pg 43
Mar
12
reviewed Leave Closed Way to build LEGO spaceship with regular bricks
Feb
26
reviewed Reviewed Set missing all the Minifigures and a few other parts
Feb
26
reviewed Reviewed Buy an specific set of bricks
Feb
24
reviewed Reviewed EV3 controlled by 8879 speed control through IR sensor
Feb
24
reviewed Leave Open Is it possible to make inverted slopes with solid studs
Feb
24
reviewed Close Is there a guide that has the number and kinds of pieces per set?
Feb
19
reviewed No Action Needed How many minifigs have actually flown in space?
Feb
19
reviewed Reviewed PC To NXT Brick via Bluetooth
Feb
19
reviewed Reviewed Are BanBao bricks compatible with Lego?
Feb
18
reviewed Reviewed How long does official Lego monorail track last?
Feb
17
reviewed Reviewed What's the most cost effective and efficient way to buy bricks?
Feb
16
reviewed Reviewed Can I use EV3 with a TETRIX motor?
Feb
16
reviewed Reviewed Is there a way to set a flat plane at an angle to horizontal of less than 22.5 degrees, but more than 0?
Feb
16
reviewed Edit What's the most effective way to align 1x1 tiles?
Feb
12
reviewed Reviewed 1998 World Cup limited edition soccer figure
Feb
9
reviewed Reviewed Connect 39k3 powerpack to 417j3 motor
Feb
9
reviewed Edit Programming the LEGO Mindstorms T-Rex