It's helped countless people navigate their way through innovative GPS technology, but Garmin is a smart enough company to know the best way to grow its share of the wearable computing market is through a pretty standard route: creating a great app developer program. FierceDeveloper recently spoke to senior developer program manager Josh Gunkel by telephone to learn more about ConnectIQ.
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