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Haller recently ran an all-day hackathon in London to replace its existing farming app that had usability challenges, was hard to update and did not work offline.
The potential of this project is significant. It could be transformative for so many people living off of farming who want and need ways to make their lives better.
The brief was to build a new solution using whichever platform each competing team felt was most suitable, alongside a new UX and design.
As part of its principle to ‘deliver more, code less’, the hackathon was to solve Haller’s problem using existing technology, rather than coding solutions from scratch that already exist in the cloud services marketplace.
Read the full article on Kenyan farmers by Monty Munford at Forbes