This no-code app expedited Turkey's earthquake rescue from half a world away

It was Sunday night in Toronto when the first earthquake struck some 5,500 miles away. The magnitude 7.8 quake, centered 20 miles outside the city of Gaziantep, Turkey was the strongest earthquake to hit the region in more than 80 years. Enes Ozgor, a Turkish-born interface designer living in Toronto, heard the news before he went to bed. “It was far from my home city, from our relatives and friends,” he recalled. “No one was hurt at first. We were just a little upset by it, and talked about the earthquake in Turkey in 1999, which was closer to me when I was a kid.” Then Enes went to bed.

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This is a great story. …And also now one that won’t be possible going forward. Thanks to your new workload units concept. @emmanuel

Pretty sure Bubble would make WU exceptions for humanitarian efforts. Good for their CSR if they do, very bad for their PR if they don’t.