This was actually a great moment in marriage engineering that started with my wife suggesting that I use the $1100 MacBook that she had bought for our daughter, me selflessly suggesting that I use an employee bonus to refurbish the deck ("no, spend that on yourself, get a MacBook"), and Udemy having a $19 sale on its course catalog, including courses on Swift and iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch development. It didn't hurt that my wife jumped on the Udemy sale herself. The kicker was that she was OK with me cashing out a small, orphaned 401(k) (I'm old enough to avoid the 10% penalty) to take care of some to-dos, which wound up including me ordering a 15-inch MacBook Pro with retina display. We have an employee purchase program, but it's still slightly more than $1100. It arrives next week. Now I have to deliver and take those Udemy courses. Oh, and I had already used a $250 "applause award" from work plus an employee fitness subsidy to get an Apple watch at basically no cost. The watch is damn fun.