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Yeah I may just use WSL since it's already configured. I also built TFS side by side in WSL vs a Hyper-V container both running 20.4, the Hyper-V container was marginally faster. Built it probably 20-30 seconds faster. It's just annoying to have to boot up a VM in general. I love the concept of WSL and might just bite the bullet. Much easier to build apps on Linux than windows... But it's also much easier to navigate around the OS in windows than a CLI Linux server I currently just have a samba drive set up where I edit on Windows and transfer to my Linux VM then build it on there, but I might look into speeding up WSL and doing it that way instead.
I have loaded my /home/znote/ directory in WSL directly into sublime text on windows. Its awesome, no need to tether a network drive or mess with sftp or anything like that. You can even do the command
explorer.exe .in WSL to open that directory using windows file explorer. Super convenient! Throw in some tmux panels, save their profile and load them up using tmuxinator (loads up and configure tmux templates) and your golden.