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PEP 1 Certification: 16 Sand Badges

To apply, please have achieved:

  - 16 PEP Sand Badges
  - Badge Bit Verification (BBV) count of 10


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Approved BB submission
I think I have just achieved PEP1 certification!

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Congratulations, Mike! You are hereby officially PEP1 Certified!

You are the very first person to earn this certification.

 
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Congratulations, Mike!!
 
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Awesome work Mike!
 
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Congratulations Mike!

 
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Thanks Everyone!  It's been quite the journey.  I'd say it took about 18 months but I definitely didn't plan out the straightest path to get there the quickest.  I just did all the BBs I could and with the BB20 event was able to get some of the trickier ones knocked out.  You can do it too
 
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Do the requirements listed above for this certification need to be updated to include the BBV requirement mentioned at Badge-Bit-Verifications-BBVs?
 
Mike Haasl
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Thanks!  Updated
 
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Approved BB submission
I’m so excited to report that I have completed 16 Sand Badges!

You can check out my profile page here or my Sand Badge Page here. The images below are links to the badge certification post.

                             
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paul wheaton approved this submission.

 
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Great news! You are such an inspiration! Yeah!!
 
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Great work Opalyn! Congratulations!
 
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Great job Opalyn!!!
 
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Yay Opalyn!

You’re rockin’ those badges!
 
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