In this article I share my learnings on remotely accessing your Windows 10 computer. My motivation was to determine efficient ways to access both the Windows environment, and the WSL2 development environment from another computer.
I’m really excited about Web Assembly on the server. The promise of sandboxed and portable code feels like the realization of the vision Docker tried to achieve. In this article I’m going to walk through creating a service using waSCC, which is a host runtime for running actors written in web assembly. We’ll mostly follow the tutorial for creating a new actor, but with more nuance, and specifics for using WSL2 on my Windows Laptop added for completeness.
I’ve long used macOS or Linux when I make my Open Source contributions, but I think that the time is right to try Windows as a full-time development environment. If you want to jump on board, this article series is for you!