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
At work, but not for production apps
I don’t use WebAssembly but expect to when the technology matures
I have no plans to use WebAssembly
No plans and I get mad whenever I see the buzzword

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 or 407-718-3274.

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