This week’s Strictly Boardroom, written tongue-in-cheek by Allan Trench, reports on the upcoming hackathon at intrepid West Perth explorer Sub-Economic Resources NL.
Here is an excerpt from the article:
As part of its ongoing commitment to frugal corporate and technical innovation, Sub-Economic Resources NL (ASX Code SUE) is set to undertake the company’s inaugural ‘Exploration Hackathon’ over the coming May Day long weekend.
SUE will enrich hackathon participants, anticipated to comprise recent unemployed geoscience graduates and would-be technology entrepreneurs, with a number of real-world challenges facing the company.
Challenges are rumoured to include ‘smarter’ soil sampling, ‘cleaner’ sample preparation, ‘error-free’ database entry, ‘cheaper’ exploration rehabilitation, ‘faster’ office filing, lower data requirement resource estimations, ‘double-sided’ toner-free photocopying and even ‘high-resolution, compressed-file’ document scanning.
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