Budget is no issue. Finding a watch of preference is. Hamilton, Rado, & Breil are to name a few. However, I would also consider your recommendation. See, I'm not much a fan of movado. And I particularly like the style of a leather strap. But sure, I'm open minded

Asked by Anonymous

If budget is no issue and you like leather straps get a Patek Philippe Calatrava 

Hey man, what books would you recommend for someone who'd wanna get into programming? Really admire what you've done with ThinkCode!

Asked by 13th-cause

Thanks dude! Really dope blog - only reason I’m publishing this… go check it out guys http://13th-cause.tumblr.com

As for books, JavaScript and JQuery: Interactive Front-End Web DevelopmentHTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites are staples for web dev. I didn’t learn from them but I’ve read through them and they’re solid platforms for learning. As for other forms of programming… just let me know what you’re interested in. I know a few other languages apart from web-based stuff, like Objective-C and Java which are for iOS and Android development, but I didn’t learn from books. Let me know what you’re interested in and I’ll point you towards resources you can learn from.