691 reputation
1718
bio website craigmoliver.com
location United States
age 34
visits member for 3 years, 1 month
seen Oct 12 at 18:04

I am a veteran web software developer with extensive experience building custom web applications and systems for government and the private sector. I thrive on analyzing complex problems and solving them with innovative and cost-effective solutions. I am a full stack developer with fluent Microsoft .NET skills and secondary experience with Linux and Java.


Oct
24
comment Making or buying a really long Power Functions cable
That's what I ended up doing using 4 wires in a CAT 5 cable. Thanks for the advice!
Apr
9
comment Are there any AFOL clubs in the Atlanta area?
That's a great idea. I just started one - meetup.com/Atlanta-Adult-Fans-of-LEGO
Feb
22
comment Are there plans to release new trains for AFOL?
cool, edited, hopefully that will invite some answers
Feb
20
comment Are there plans to release new trains for AFOL?
perhaps you are right.
Jan
23
comment Can an axle be removed from this 'brick paradox'?
@pcantin Not the 0.7mm BIC Pencils, they've hooked me up plenty of times. amazon.com/BIC-Mechanical-Pencil-Medium-Pencils/dp/B00260X7F2
Jan
18
comment Can an axle be removed from this 'brick paradox'?
how about the tip of a mechanical pencil with the lead retracted?
Jan
5
comment Will my LEGO bricks discolor in indirect sunlight?
The glass is less than 10 years old and it's east facing
Nov
18
comment What's the most cost effective and efficient way to buy bricks?
OK, Bricklink rules. I got used to it.
Nov
2
comment What's the most cost effective and efficient way to buy bricks?
OK, I'm getting used to Bricklinks. It's quite spartan though.
Oct
31
comment What's the most cost effective and efficient way to buy bricks?
Will try, thanks!
Oct
26
comment What's the most cost effective and efficient way to buy bricks?
There site may be clunky to me because I'm a web developer...it kind of makes me physically ill too. :-)
Oct
26
comment What's the most cost effective and efficient way to buy bricks?
I'd say typically in 10 brick lots.
Oct
26
comment Why are minifigure head studs now hollow?
I remember it happening around 1991. Seems to correlate with growth of toy safety concerns, and trial lawyers.