Employers can have their developers use calories as currency. When they want to make a git commit in command line, they have to use a certain amount of calorie cash to make the commit. This calorie cash is accumulated by burning calories tracked by Fitbit and Jawbone. If a developer does not have enough calorie cash, the commit is canceled and they must donate money to charity to make the commit. We analyze data using the Alchemy API to determine a correlation between the amount of calories a developer burns and the sentimental evaluation of commit messages.