FitBit: Arduino in the workplace

tigoeFebruary 18th, 2011

FitBit is a company that makes a nifty little activity tracking device that lets you track your walking, running, sleeping, and general activity based on movement.  We had a nice note from Shelten Yuen to say “We’ve been using Arduino for rapid prototyping for a few years now. It’s been a great tool for us in trying things out quickly.”  It’s always nice to hear how people use Arduino at work as well as in their hobbies.  Thanks Shelten and thanks Christine Brumback for the intros.

Shelten also mentioned that FitBit is hiring.

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