Then, we call Pubnub.here_now() to initialize the user interface with the currently connected devices (which hopefully already includes the garage doors if you have the node.js server from the previous article running).
When collisions occur, the physics engine calls functions with specific names on any scripts attached to the objects involved. You can place any code you like in these functions to respond to the collision event. For example, you might play a crash sound effect when a car bumps into an obstacle.
This is a GameObject with a Collider and a normal, non-kinematic Rigidbody attached. Rigidbody colliders are fully simulated by the physics engine and can react to collisions and forces applied from a script. They can collide with other objects (including static colliders) and are the most commonly used Collider configuration in games that use physics.
There were some initial issues with importing calling scripts, but regular improvements in the user interface and backend functionality by CallHub has resolved this.There is still some room for improvement with the tools available for managing calling Agents within the system, especially when we had such a high number of volunteers.
Callhub made phonebanking for my candidate a breeze, especially for new volunteers who had no experience phonebanking before. We had more interest in phonebanking than door-knocking due to the pandemic, and needed to be able to quickly train folks on Callhub via Zoom and send them on their way. The basics were all there and volunteers loved being able to connect automatically to the next potential voter without redialing, as well as being able to drop a recorded voicemail instead of having to read the script over and over.
Not disclosing vulnerabilities to the public until they have been patched is standard practice within the software industry. This limits the number of breaches as once the information is public all the script kiddies start trying it out and the resulting damage is far worse.
Robert Blumen 00:14:54 We did a show a while back on declarative programming in dev ops, many dev ops tools are declarative. What is your view on the pros and cons versus the scripted Jenkins file versus declarative Jenkins file And which one would you adopt if you were starting a new project
Brent Laster 00:56:11 Yeah, absolutely. You know, and there are certainly other tools out there like Gretel the great old build system, which can run test cases and those sorts of things you can define targets or tasks, they called him and grateful to those kinds of things and invoke those from Jenkins. So you can actually have your testers writing test, you know, when people are writing deployment scripts and stuff, and then Jenkins, again just becomes kind of the orchestrator at the overall, at the higher level. So as long as you can say, this is how you invoke my part of the process, then you can translate that into a Jenkins pipeline easily. 59ce067264