This is a .NET library for the Fitbit API developed by Aaron Coleman. Besides the library, the project contains NUnit tests, NUnit integration within the API, and a sample to use. Fitbit tracks patterns of health and fitness practices using mobile devices. Currently, the author is working on an updated version at https://github.com/aarondcoleman/Fitbit.NET/wiki/PREPARING-FOR-BREAKING-CHANGES---v2-Fitbit.NET-API-Library-In-Development
Are you familiar with Challenge.gov? If not, let's take a second and catch you up on one of the most awesome things our government has decided to do. For the uninitiated, Challenge.gov is U.S. General Services Administration's effort to crowdsource some of our modern problems through contests and competitions. Think of it as a nation-wide science fair for developers. Pretty cool right?
Electronic health records management policy makers in the United States want to see APIs become a mandatory standard. But several leadership voices in the healthcare and IT industry, including Dr John Halamka from the Beth Israel Medical Center, say it is too early for APIs to take a central role.