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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comment multiple SMTP details used in Web.Config in ASP.NET
possible duplicate of Setting multiple SMTP settings in web.config?
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reviewed Reviewed Set missing all the Minifigures and a few other parts
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reviewed Reviewed Buy an specific set of bricks
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comment Buy an specific set of bricks
Also take a looke at: "How can I minimize the number of merchants for given set of requested bricks?"
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comment Update .NET website without reloading
In response to your bounty comment: the large websites I work on handle small changes to code the same way they handle large changes to code: through load-balancers and out of process sessions - because all code that is deployed to live needs to go through a review/sign-off process and we can't just drop code on the servers. I guess our definitions of "large" may not match ;)
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answered How to fix The LEGO Star Wars Corellian Defender set
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revised How to fix The LEGO Star Wars Corellian Defender set
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reviewed Reviewed EV3 controlled by 8879 speed control through IR sensor
Feb
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revised EV3 controlled by 8879 speed control through IR sensor
Filled out the question a bit more, corrected the part number
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open Is it possible to make inverted slopes with solid studs
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reviewed Close Is there a guide that has the number and kinds of pieces per set?
Feb
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revised Lego Escher structures
Added links to Andrew Lipson's Waterfall as well. Slight rewording to aid reading flow.
Feb
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comment Where did "LL 928" and "LL 929" come from?
Good point Joubarc, I've updated accordingly :-)
Feb
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revised Where did "LL 928" and "LL 929" come from?
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Feb
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comment Update .NET website without reloading
A good set of steps there - certainly something to consider :)
Feb
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comment Update .NET website without reloading
I've updated my answer to address a couple of those points: MEF was released by MS and has been a full part of the .NET framework since v4. You could try using code-in-front for your new controls, alternatively adopt a load-balanced/staging-live setup that would enable to get a server up and running and then swap it in.
Feb
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revised Update .NET website without reloading
Added a note about MEF being part of the .NET framework, the possibilty of using code-in-front model and also mentioned load-balancers.
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revised Update .NET website without reloading
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Feb
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revised Avoid inflated pageviews when iframing your own webpage?
Using a dummy website here serves no purpose.
Feb
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answered Where did "LL 928" and "LL 929" come from?
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