Release of Open Source Software

This year I was part of a release of some open source software. This is not something I had done before.

Introducing, Fittle, a mobile app and cloud-based server for running health behavior change studies. This software helps researchers study how to challenge participants to do different healthy activities over some number of days and weeks. You can find it on github:

My story of how this came about is here: Retrospective2018_30July_6Handout.

One thing about doing this release is that for the first time since college, people who are not paying me can see the code that I’ve worked on.