Porting a macOS Clojure Dev Setup to Windows WSL2

I wrote a blog about configuring a Windows machine for remote Clojure development usage based on my old macOS dev setup:

https://blog.michielborkent.nl/2020/07/26/remote-wsl2-clojure/

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How would you rate your experience comparing MacOS and win+WSL? e.g. 90 v.s 80 (out of 100)…

I can’t really say because I’m using Windows WSL2 differently than my MacBook Pro: remote development server vs laptop. Also it’s been only one week that I’ve used it like this. WSL2 works as advertised so far. The I/O for Docker containers in WSL2 even seems a bit better than on my MacBook Pro. I could see myself moving to a laptop with a similar WSL install over the long haul, especially given the price of MacBooks and the uncertainty that the new ARM architecture will bring.