Andrius Janauskas on Building QoorioLead Software Engineer @ QoorioSome time ago
Qoorio app uses a lot of open source libraries. One of the great things about open source is the ability to collaborate with the rest of the community on common problems facing us. One of the open source libraries Qoorio uses extensively is react-navigation which is primarily responsible for screen presentation, animation and history management. Few months ago we migrated to newest version of react navigation, however we soon found out it contained a bug that could potentially affect our customers. Since react-navigation library is an open source we were able to track down the root cause of the issue and fix it - not only for ourselves but for other developers using the same library. https://github.com/react-navigation/react-navigation/pull/7898
fix: finish stack animation on CANCELLED event by ajanauskas · Pull Request #7898 · react-navigation/react-navigation
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Mangirdas AdomaitisArtificial inteligence, Data science
Group experience sounds interesting. My funny one was when we both mixed up timezones. Meet was still success - just 2h earlier.
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