Once again, the folks at Snaptic are reaching out to Android developers, this time to help their participation in the 2010 Health2.0 Challenge. As Snaptic tell us, "It’s for a great cause and it’s an opportunity for developers from all types of backgrounds and expertise to contribute to innovation in health."
The first leg of Snaptic's challenge (earlier this year) was won by Peter Ma, who is currently enjoying his trip to TEDGlobal 2010. This time around, the prizes will be a MacBook Pro, and an Android Phone.
Prizes aside, it's for a worthy cause, and is a way for Android developers from all backgrounds to push innovation for good health. Snaptic is asking developers "What can you build to inspire movement?" Everyone here at Android Central is behind the idea, and hopefully some of you guys can polish up your coding skills, work towards a great goal, and maybe even win a killer prize. Check out the Health2.0 Dev challenge here, and learn a bit more about exactly what Snaptic is doing, read all the rules, and sign up right here. [Snaptic]
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