Those badges look awesome!!Personally I am a Python guy, and I am less than comfortable in BASIC, but learning lots. UV adding Python is really what gave me the ability to get into multivalue.Because of this, I feel like I got a lot more value out of the questions that were asking about the encryption wallets, and "Here is a LIST command, why isn't it returning results?", "How do you fix this configuration issue?" than I did from the more product focused ones. I have no idea how many Rocket University sessions were ran, but I did really enjoy stretching the Google-Fu muscles about the history of Rocket and MV in general (including my Hail Mary guess on who "DM" was in SBXA) :). Of course, I would have loved to see more Python focused questions because that's my personal strength and I REALLY like winning.Another suggestion if I may make it would be community based coding challenges, Code Wars is one of my favorite places to stretch the coding muscles as an example. The cool thing about Code Wars is that you can make a solution and then see what other people have done and discuss better, more efficient and modular ways to solve a problem. For a community like this, what might be more effective than a Code Wars style would be: - A problem is proposed by Forum admins- Community takes a week or so to try their hand at solutions, submitting when complete- you can only see other's answers once yours is submitted- At the end community and Admins vote/judge solutions to find a winner.- for more complex problems, you could also judge based on overall efficiency of the code.Overall though, the entire experience was a fun one, and I cannot wait to strut around the office in my Rocket pajama pants!