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Where are you using WebAssembly?
Wasm promises to let developers build once and run anywhere. Are you using it yet?
At work, for production apps
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At work, but not for production apps
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I don’t use WebAssembly but expect to when the technology matures
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I have no plans to use WebAssembly
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No plans and I get mad whenever I see the buzzword
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AUTHOR PROFILE
drtorq
drtorq

Rob "drtorq" Reilly is an independent consultant, writer, and speaker specializing in Linux/OSS, physical computing, hardware hacking, the tech media, and the DIY/Maker movement. He provides a variety of engineering, business and special project services to individual clients and companies. As a long-time veteran of the tech media, Dr. Torq has posted hundreds of feature-length articles for top-tier tech media and print outlets. He's also presented tech talks at OSCON and other industry venues. Contact him at doc@drtorq.com or 407-718-3274.

STORIES BY drtorq
Small-Scale Fab: Embrace the CAD Mindset
Physical Computing Types See GitHub a Little Differently
Small-Scale Fab: Make Parts with Free/Open Source Software
Tutorial: Git an Arduino IDE Workflow
Development: Introduction to Git Logging
Development: Git Clone a Project
Development: Basic git Branching, Switching and Merging
Development: Git for Small Physical Computing Projects
Development: Connect git to GitLab for Small Projects
Development: Connecting git to GitHub for Small Projects
Git for Managing Small Projects
Dr. Torq: Install an AWS IoT Connect Kit on the Raspberry Pi
Linux Lesson: Copy Files Over Your Network with scp
How CLI Redirection and Pipes Tie Together Linux Programs
Tutorial: Linux Task Scheduling and Automation with cron
Engineer’s Guide: Be Your Own Home IT Department
Get to Know tar, Linux’s Original Packaging Format
Dr. Torq: Go Remote with ssh
Dr. Torq: Data Processing at the Edge with Linux awk
Dr. Torq: Timely Tips for the Linux History Command
Get to Know vi, a Text Editor for the Ages
Dr. Torq: Basic Linux Application Management with APT
Dr. Torq: Finding Things Under Linux
Primer: Get to Know Linux Files and Directories
Dr. Torq: ‘rm -r *’ and Other Linux Command Line Gotchas
Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Of Steampunk and Tech Time
Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Mosquitto on the Bone
Off-The-Shelf Hacker: The Great Robot Servo Dilemma